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Design for movement

Digital team delivers new transit websites and apps for GoTriangle and Valley Metro

20 February 2018

Over the past year our digital team has been working closely with GoTriangle in Durham, NC, and Valley Metro in Phoenix, AZ, to design and deliver new transit websites and apps. Both agencies had outdated websites and required new user-centered approaches to design and deliver key passenger information. In addition, both clients wanted to simplify the way their websites are managed – including the processing of complicated schedule data and integration of Rider Alerts with Google Maps and the website.

Innovative boardwalk trial launched in London's Bankside

18 January 2018

Steer Davies Gleave is delighted to announce the installation of the Bankside Boardwalk, an innovative and vibrant boardwalk in London SE1 that expands the narrow pedestrian walkway space and injects playfulness into the urban realm of the area.

Helping the City of La Habra reimagine its streets

30 October 2017

Steer Davies Gleave is working with the City of La Habra, through the support of St. Jude Medical Center, to develop a Complete Streets Master Plan which aims to ultimately contribute to the long-term well-being of the communities within the city.

Parks and Trails Wayfinding pilot launched in Toronto's Lower Don Trail

29 September 2017

The Mayor of Toronto, John Tory, was joined by City Councillors and representatives from partners including Evergreen and the Trans Canada Trail, when he launched the Toronto Parks & Trails Wayfinding Strategy and Lower Don Trail on Saturday 23rd September, as part of a weekend-long celebration of Toronto's unique ravine network. 

The urban boulevard

16 February 2017

Once part of the famous Route 66, Colorado Boulevard is a major street in the Los Angeles region that has been greatly influenced by the automobile. However, the vocational use of this street is now shifting from a suburban car-driven model to a more urban, pedestrian-oriented one as cities densify, the mix of uses intensifies, and the craving for sociability rises. 

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