Infographic, "Help Make San Francisco Streets Safer," Walk San Francisco, 2012
I am trying to reduce the amount of "unnecessary information" I have stuffed in boxes, so I am doing some "processing." Most of the articles I've clipped no longer seem that necessary. But I still come across some gems.
I like this infographic from Walk San Francisco, promoting their advocacy for more investment in walking infrastructure.
Speaking of walking, the Toronto 360℉ Wayfinding Strategy Plan is a exemplary document Although the fancy pdf doesn't seem to be available online, the accessible version without graphics is. (Toronto Wayfinding Strategy - Valuing the Benefits).
The webpage for the project links to four related wayfinding programs--Metrolinx, the "underground" pedestrian walkway system called PATH, parks, and cycling.
I haven't read the Implementation Handbook or the 2019 Project Handbook.
And while in Alexandria recently, seeing one of their wayfinding signage setups on Cameron Street by Gadsby Tavern made me realize that the signage "fails" in that it is focused on King Street but doesn't extend outward from King Street as necessary, such as along Washington Boulevard, and in the streets perpendicular and parallel to King Street.
Plus, while the wayfinding program for the Del Ray neighborhood predates the later system in Alexandria, they probably should have been integrated.