Each stage of the travel journey was considered as part of the signage strategy for Metro NWRL. A suite of new Metro sign types were designed, prototyped and documented by Blue Sky including large scale “M” mode ID signs, through to illuminated station signs, help point signage and directional signage elements. Together the signage system was applied in a universal strategic manner across all of the stations to provide a consistent and intuitive experience for all users.
- Tallawong station entrance
Signage on platforms was designed and specified to communicate and facilitate all of the customer needs and requirements at this stage of their journey. The platform is an important point where departing customers require information on Metro services, and arriving customers are orientating themselves upon alighting from the Metro. Signage systems designed in this area include station identification, information points, station and local area guides, and DDA signage for hearing loops and accessible paths. Together the signage system designed provides a world class information and navigation system for users of the NWRL Metro stations.
- Tallawong platform
Working closely with Hassell Architects, the signage system was designed to integrate seamlessly into the architectural structures of the stations. Signs are flush mounted into structures and furniture to provide a clean, uncluttered look and feel where signage is not an “add on” but a unified part of the built station environments.
- Tallawong seat sign