Trail Signs Start New Way-finding System
Jul 3rd, 2014 by Mark at PocketMaps
- City Wayfinding
- Wayfinding on Trails
As many of you know by now, Pocket Maps is all about Wayfinding, and when we find something in the news about it, we like to pass it along. In Alberta, Canada, the city of St. Albert is taking steps to make it easier for drivers and pedestrians to find their way around with trail signs that start a new wayfinding system.
According to the St. Albert Leader article, the city will be installing signs to mark address numbers along the St. Albert Trail. The city is known for its Botanical Gardens, so the signs will incorporate the botanical arts brand, and "the signs are also placed strategically to allow drivers a chance to change lanes with time to spare."
The St. Albert Trail is a 14.1 Km (8.8 Mi) section of road that connects St. Albert with Edmonton in Alberta, Canada. Savannah is a long way from Alberta, but being a global brand, we often work with city planners in Canada, helping create engagement with locals and visitors alike with our credit card-sized foldable maps in their city planning.
Our Pocket Maps would be handy for the lane changing problem because the navigator (we recommend drivers keep their eyes on the road) could chart a course in advance and avoid accidents. Here we are, potentially preventing accidents in Canada!
Now, aren't you glad you stopped by and learned about the St. Albert Trail, Wayfinding, and Pocket Maps all in one article! By the way, if you ever find yourself in Savannah, please stop in for a visit. Wendy, one of our two "guard dogs," will meet you at the door.
We are Pocket Maps, and you contact us here to learn more about our pocket-sized and credit-card size fold-up maps that are great on the trails. We are Pocket Maps, and we "Get You There in a Straight Line."