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The image of the city

06 March 2017

Many cities have invested in the creation of map databases to support the delivery of wayfinding systems. But why would a city commit to such investment and effort, considering the availability of free mobile map services and widespread Open Data? 

Movement Matters Los Angeles 2017

20 December 2016

Movement Matters is a series of meet-ups, presented by Steer Davies Gleave, exploring how transportation shapes and influences the cities we live in. 

Our first series of meet-ups take place in Los Angeles, where we share a program of insightful discussions on some of the most current topics in the industry, including technology, Mobility as a Service, behavior change, wayfinding systems, and transit funding. 

New wayfinding system for Toronto’s PATH

08 June 2016

Toronto’s PATH is the world’s largest underground retail complex connecting the office towers in Downtown Toronto, Canada, providing an important contribution to the economic viability of the city's downtown core. The system connects seamlessly with public transit, and experiences more than 200,000 business-day commuters, and thousands of additional tourists, visitors and residents.

SDG win an award for their active modes plan for Pikes Peak, Colorado

02 October 2015

Steer Davies Gleave was delighted to receive an award for sustainability and environmental planning from APA Colorado for our recent work in developing an active modes plan for the Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments (PPACG). The Plan was also praised by APA Colorado for its quality and completeness.

From A to B via the wonderful world of online journey planners

15 September 2015

Despite the existence of national journey planners on Google Maps and other websites, many local authorities and event organisers are commissioning their own local journey planning systems.  

To anyone unfamiliar with the world of journey planning, the existence of these local sites may seem a bit puzzling. If there are journey planners, such as Google Maps, capable of offering a national service, why is there any need for local systems too?

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