WalkNYC Pedestrian Wayfinding

Silver
2014

WalkNYC Pedestrian Wayfinding is a new program of pedestrian maps introduced by the New York City Department of Transportation that makes it easier to navigate the city streets. Placed on a system of dedicated kiosks throughout the city, the maps are designed to encourage people to walk, bike and use public transit and to help guide them to major landmarks and transportation stations. 

Designed by Billings Jackson Design, City ID, Pentagram, RBA Group and T-Kartor of PentaCityGroup for New York City Department of Transportation

Contact: Samuel Coultrip - sam.coultrip@city-id.com