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SEPTA Rail Transit Wayfinding Master Plan: Intro and Overview

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Tuesday, November 10, 2020

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM


Virtual Zoom - Registration Required



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SEPTA is redesigning the wayfinding system for its Rail Transit network, comprised of the Market-Frankford Line, Broad Street Line, Trolleys, and Norristown High Speed Line. The project will enable SEPTA to promote ridership post-COVID-19 and enhance the passenger experience through improved visual cohesiveness, navigability, and system branding. A central goal is to create a new signage and wayfinding system that works for all transit riders, regardless of language, ability, or familiarity with the system. The project includes outreach at multiple stages, including through workshops, interviews, focus groups, surveys, and protype stations. SEPTA is working with a communications and wayfinding firm, Entro, to support this process and gain valuable insight from stakeholders and wider community. This presentation will provide an overview of the project and work that has been done to date.


Please be sure to take SEPTA's survey on wayfinding in English or in Spanish.


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Lex Powers

Lex Powers is a Strategic Planning Manager in SEPTA’s Department of Strategic Planning & Analysis, where he focuses on transportation planning, design, and communications. Previously, Lex led the “Frequency Project” which created SEPTA’s first frequent bus map with routes designated by frequency of service in preparation for the agency’s upcoming bus network redesign. Before SEPTA, Lex worked as a Transportation Planner at Michael Baker International, and as an Analyst at ReThink Studio. Lex received his Master of City and Regional Planning from the Weitzman School of Design at the University of Pennsylvania where he focused on using design and communication to promote infrastructure projects