An Edmonton senior who was seriously injured when she was pushed on the LRT tracks at the end of April is suing the City of Edmonton and the Edmonton Transit System.
This poster has been in Corona Station since around June 24 (when I first saw it and took the picture)Digital Experience Design students spent a semester looking at ways to address safety and security on Edmonton transit.edmontonjournal.com
I think the sign is too wordy and doesn't stand out enough for an average person to read it. Ideally, the message needs to be info graphically presented with huge font sizes and pictures using as few words as possible. the sign needs to be VERY obvious if they want to grab attention. It really needs to shorten it up down to a few main points.
Not discounting his experience but it was before most offices returned to work as well as post-secondary students to school and obviously the more people that use the LRT and transit in general, the greater the perception of safety.
I've taken trains in many countries. I've only been scared here, on my ride homeA terrifying late-night journey has me questioning the cracks in Edmonton’s LRT