Signs of the Time: School Wayfinding

The Signs of the Time: School Wayfinding Best Practices webinar was held on 12 May 2020.

The webinar highlighted current best practices in wayfinding for schools. With case studies from four different communities: London, York Region, City of Toronto, and Ville de Gatineau, presentations included examples of lessons learned and participants gained advice and tools to use when contemplating and conducting wayfinding initiatives.

Close to 300 people registered, and attendees were Active School Travel practitioners & School Travel Planning facilitators; public health, school board, student transportation and municipal staff; non-profit, government, and private sector staff; university and college students, and interested public from across Canada, the US, England, Europe, and as far away as Brazil. 



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