Jane Davis Doggett is a living legend of remarkable talent: both an unsung hero of graphic design who revolutionized airport wayfinding and a prolific artist in multiple mediums.
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Humans aren’t the only ones looking for a relief area.
Beginning in 2009, the Department of Transportation required all airlines to make sure there are animal relief areas at airports, and escorts to those relief areas, for any passenger traveling with a service animal. As a result, airports everywhere have created and expanded animal relief areas that are open to all pets as well as service animals. Most animal and pet relief areas were located outside the airport terminals.
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Passengers are increasingly opting for use of rideshare companies, such as Uber and Lyft, over traditional transportation options to travel to and from airports around the world, yet consistency is lacking at airports with regard to the wayfinding and passenger experience. In December 2017 the American Association of Airport Executives held a Solution Summit through its Airport Innovation Accelerator on the topic of ridesharing.
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Trinity Metro’s Master Plan focuses on improving overall services and the customer experience. One of the steps in implementing the plan was contracting with CHK America, Inc. to deploy their Connectpoint® Digital Bus Stops at their busiest transit centers. CHK America worked closely with Trinity Metro to map out locations and determine product placement at each transfer point to empower riders who take nearly 7 million annual bus trips.
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