The days of not being able to easily locate a bus stop in the metro area will soon be gone as the new “T” way finding signs, first introduced along rapid transit stations, will soon be replacing the old narrow rectangular “bus stop” signs. These signs have already popped up in a few locations. North Vancouver will be the first municipality to see the old signs replaced.
From the Buzzer Blog
You can probably guess why these are an improvement on the old signs, but here’s a list anyway:
- You can now quickly see the bus stop from far away
- You now know the exact location of the bus stop
- The location written on the sign matches the location description in our trip planner and the audio announcements on the bus!
The regional transit maps will also be updated. Here is what they will look like:
Images via Buzzer Blog