Mini-Holland is an initiative by Transport for London to implement schemes that both improve the public realm and promote cycling for local journeys in the outer London boroughs. Waltham Forest was one of the three London boroughs chosen to be part of the Mini-Holland initiative, and selected Applied to get more people cycling in their local neighbourhoods.
Applied developed the Wayfinding Masterplan that set out a vision of how local journeys in Waltham Forest can be better supported for cyclists. Essential to this aim was to find a wayfinding solution that works seamlessly with both TfL and the borough’s existing signage infrastructure, including the Quietway and Cycle superhighway networks, Legible London, and other local and London-wide walking & cycling networks.
Increase in walking
Increase in cycling
Avoid routes with high levels of traffic