Travel with your heart, our vision on “The new way to travel” is a positive signal that calls for respectful behaviour. Travellers on public transport need to keep their distance, pay attention and take care of each other.
A selection of our projects.
In order to make the area around the Central Station more accessible to pedestrians, we have developed a wayfinding system in collaboration with the municipality of Utrecht.
In the Interreg I-AT project 22 partners work together to develop autonomous transport. We are design-partner in the project to co-develop a self-driving bus.
In order to allow commuters to travel comfortably and as safe as possible, we have made a design for a covered walkway where commuters are protected from wind and rain.
FromAtoB has developed a new corporate design for Urban Mobility Systems, with a distinctive logo, presentation material and livery design. We have applied the new branding in visualisations of products, presentations and promotional material.
FromAtoB has evaluated the quality of the planned tram stops of the Uithoflijn and made suggestions for improvement
The last mile between home and public transport stops and stations is an important part. Good bicycle parking has been developed to make it attractive and easy to use R-net.
FromAtoB had designed the graphic design of the exterior for the vehicles. R-net bus-, tram-, metro- and trains are easily recognizable by the livery of the R-net colours and logos.
To make waiting for passengers as comfortable as possible, FromAtoB has designed high-quality shelters for transport network R-net.
R-net is the high-quality public transport network for the Randstad. We have developed a high-quality brand identity that is visible throughout the ‘journey of the commuter’.
In April 2018 50 electric buses in a new striking Schiphol branding will be driving around Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. FromAtoB has designed both the exterior and interior of the buses.
The Province of Gelderland is the owner of the WEpods and Mission; autonomous vehicles. We have made a design for the livery of both vehicles.
For CROW-DOVA, FromAtoB has developed a guideline for the installation of dynamic travel information panels (DRIS).
FromAtoB has studied possibilities to make trains more sustainable. In the study we present scenarios for 2030 and 2045.
Four competitors tendered for the contract to build the new InterCity trains for Dutch Railways NS. For one of them FromAtoB has optimised the existing design of the exterior and interior, to add a recognisable “NS” look and feel to the train.
The study presents concepts for the year 2020, 2030 and 2040, based on the premise that public transport can become more sustainable.
The Province of North Holland and City Region of Amsterdam will be installing new 3D information maps at more than 50 of their public transport transfer points. To increase the visibility of these maps, we have developed a cube shaped sign with the information icon.