Sweden’s Gothia Cup is the world’s largest youth football tournament. Wayfinding for sporting events can contribute so much.

Journey planning apps for cyclists are preaching to the converted. In order to convert the masses to cycling a broader approach to cycle wayfinding is necessary

A closer look at the data required for good cycle wayfinding (part 2 of 3)

Cycle wayfinding seems to be lagging behind advances in pedestrian city wayfinding. More can be done in this field (Part 1 of 3)

Amsterdam could benefit from a coordinated and consistent approach to wayfinding

Cycling and walking can now be properly integrated into transport planning, thanks to this three year EU-funded project.

Barbican’s High Walks are a hidden gem. Better wayfinding will help people find and use them.

Wayfinding in stations, especially underground, can benefit from all the help it can get

How much (healthy) walking can be attributed to public transport journeys?

Using animation to explain the benefits of city wayfinding

This blog has highlighted the power of a city wayfinding map. Here we look at the systems behind it

Why calling Crossrail the “Elizabeth line” could actually be for the best

The designer of Legible London mapping’s 3D buildings talks about their cognitive effects

The walkability of a city is directly linked to the health of its citizens, a new scientific study claims.

Rafael Cuesta explains the importance of building stakeholder engagement and gives tips on raising funding.