The City of Toronto is working with a team of experts, Steer Davies Gleave and DIALOG, to develop a Wayfinding System Strategy.
Phase One of the project will develop a multi-modal approach for wayfinding in Toronto, including developing the principles, implementation strategy, identifying funding sources, and defining the parameters for a pilot system that will be presented to City Council in the Spring of 2012. Phase Two will include design guidelines and prototypes for pilot implementation. Phase Three will include a city-wide roll out and full implementation of the wayfinding strategy.
Public Open House : PURPOSE:
The purpose of this event is to provide the public with an opportunity to engage the City and the consultant team on the emerging directions and framework of Phase One of the Toronto Wayfinding System Strategy. This event provides an opportunity to learn how we have incorporated stakeholder feedback and public consultation into the study and to see work completed to date. This is also your opportunity to contribute feedback on the Draft Wayfinding System Strategy.
5:15 PM Welcome and Presentation
A presentation and overview of the Draft Wayfinding System Strategy and study process.
6:00 PM Question and Answer Period
Participants will be provided the opportunity to ask questions of the study team.
6:30 PM Interactive Panels
One-on-one conversation at each of several graphic panels, which will illustrate the analysis, process, work completed to date, and design concept. Panels will be facilitated by team members, to elicit comment and feedback.
When: Wednesday, March 28, 5 - 8 p.m.
Where: Metro Hall - Rotunda, 55 John Street
For more information please visit the project website at