Wayfinding Signage Survey (now available)

Fill out the survey below and tell us your great ideas for wayfinding signage in Los Angeles

Wayfinding Survey Now Available

UPDATE: The Westside meeting scheduled for March 7th has been canceled and will NOT be held at the Google Campus in Venice. The meeting will be re-scheduled for March 14th. We’ll have a new meeting place secured early next week.

For those of you who are unable to attend our wayfinding workshops, we have created an online survey to record your responses.

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  1. MaxUtil
    MaxUtil says:

    Does DOT have a list of signage they are prioritizing yet, or are you just starting the process of what, where, when? Might be more productive to critique an existing list rather than just throw out random suggestions.

    That said:
    – Both river bike paths really need signage to let you know where to get off (like freeway signs)
    – signage pointing to transit hubs are vital
    – where appropriate, distances should always be put on the sign
    – signs should be at decision points, not at places where they provide redundant information (like signs that mark the start of a bike lane, the lane itself already announces its existence, thanks)

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  2. JoJo Pewsawang
    JoJo Pewsawang says:

    Hi MaxUtil,

    DOT is just starting the process and we are looking for input to prioritize which facilities / what destinations will be on our bicycle way finding signage. Thanks for your suggestions.

    Reply

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