The TUL, Transport Urbain Lavallois, is a network of buses based in the Laval community in France

    ​The network consists of 54 buses that travel 21,000,000 kilometers, (that’s 13,048,795 miles for you metric-phobes) every year, and in the process transports an average of 7 million passengers. 

    The new logo and visual system appears to be strongly influenced by existing transportation designs. Like New York’s MTA identity, and a number of others, the logo features a circular structure that houses the acronym, and is used to signal the different bus lines. The system uses the DIN typeface, a popular choice for transportation and wayfinding signage.
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