They also produced large infographic posters on five different topics:

-Safety (infrastructure, perception vs. reality, etc.)
-Weather (impact of precipitation and temperature on ridership; snow removal on cycling infrastructure, etc.)
-Public Perception (the tone of the conversation around cycling in the media and on social media; how citizens feel about cycling; misconceptions about the cycle track, etc.)
-Cost to Society (financial costs/benefits to our healthcare system; impact on the environment, etc.)
-Demographics (who is cycling; factors affecting specific groups such as women, seniors, low income citizens; where the cycling infrastructure is, etc.)

View the posters here (PDF)

In addition, in the fall of 2016, information design students created prototypes to aid cyclists and drivers to learn about the tracks. They partnered with broadcasting students to create videos on the prototypes.

View the prototype videos here