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In 2016 RTIG established a Working Group to consider these issues.

It was quickly realised that the challenge has several dimensions, and separate advice was required on issues such as:

  • The language and terminology used on RTI signage;
  • How RTI data can be structured so that the information available through separate channels is kept consistent;
  • How best to use newer sign technologies that enable full-screen displays;
  • What kind of information bus users would best benefit from on signs.

The present document helps to address the third and fourth of these: it provides a brief overview of sign types and characteristics, and suggests an approach to prioritising information and presenting it on-screen.

Companion documents are:

  • RTIGT035, which covers language and terminology;
  • RTIGT036, which covers the use of signs for additional information (ie not directly associated with specific services).
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RTIG is a trade body for public transport technology stakeholders.

Our members are local authorities, bus operators, system suppliers and consultants.

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