January 7, 2010, 9:00 am
The new entrance name sign at Waterfront Station.
In case you haven’t seen it , more new wayfinding signage has now been installed at Expo and Millennium Line stations in downtown Vancouver!
We talked about the new T transit station markers last time, but even more wayfinding signage with the T identifier have been put up. That includes entrance name signs like the one above, SkyTrain line diagrams, and trip planning maps.
Since many have asked, the T beacons and horizontal entrance name signs will light up. Some sites are still working on getting power to the signs, so they’re just not all illuminated yet.
Read on to see more photos!
More of the new signage at Waterfront Station.
The new entrance name sign at Granville Station. (Yes, somebody has messed with the SkyTrain arrow sign at right – we are going to remove it!)
The station entrance name sign at Stadium-Chinatown Station. There’s also a T beacon on a pole outside.
For fun: here is the illuminated station entrance sign from Stadium-Chinatown Station! This photo was taken when the sign was being manufactured.
Station entrance signage at Main Street-Science World Station.
Main Street-Science World also has more new wayfinding signage up on the platform. There’s a new line diagram showing upcoming train stations, and a Platform 2 sign on the top-left of this photo.
More of the new wayfinding signage at Main Street-Science World. There’s a new diagram up showing the train stations, and a Platform 1 sign on the top-right of this photo.
And Burrard Station now has the trip planning map boards up. (Maps coming soon!)