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Legibility London


Legibility London is a new pedestrian wayfinding system to help people walk around London.

Based on extensive research, the system uses a range of information, including street signs and printed maps, to help people find their way. It’s also integrated with other transport modes so when people are leaving the Underground, for example, they can quickly identify the route to their destination.

Following a successful prototype in the Bond Street area, TFL are now piloting the scheme in three distinct areas of London. The pilots will test the system’s effectiveness in a range of environments.

A.J Wells manufactured the enamelled monoliths for this signage system throughout London.

Vitreous enamel was specified for this project due to its durability and weather resistance.