A series of marker pylons, maps, signs and screens will guide you every step of your transit journey.
Route numbers, symbols and colours used on signs and in customer tools reflect route types and the service they offer.
The Travel Planner provides complete itineraries for your transit trips. Travel Planner guide
Click on the + symbol next the walking portion of your trip plan for turn-by-turn directions. The walking path will also show up on the Google Map.
The signs feature large numbers, colours and symbols that clearly show the bus service types offered.
Route destinations on the signs let you know whether you’re heading in the right direction.
Bus stop signs were designed to make them easy to read and accessible:
A you approach a station from a distance, you will see an illuminated red O symbol on a post (“pylon”).
The station name will be marked at each entrance: on a lantern box and on the black-and-white sign above the doorway.
Once inside the station, clear direction signs will guide you to your platform:
Tactile markers in the floor tiles will help customers with visual impairments find their way through the station.
This sign at Blair Station directs transferring customers to stops G to K:
Digital signs will also tell you where and when to catch your connecting bus.
Bus stops are marked a sign that features the stop's letter identifier (in these examples, "A" and "B"). Signs list all the routes that serve the stop.
Each bus announces its route and destination when it pulls up to the stop.
On board, audiovisual messages announce the next stop along your route.
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