If your organization or municipality publishes annual visitor or travel guides, I can work with you to create beautiful maps to include in your guides. I use government OpenData that you provide or can download OpenStreetMap data for the area.
Each project starts with a consultation and presentation of a design brief and estimate, itemizing the content for the map as well as any style options requested. I can work with your branding guidelines. Price includes three rounds of revisions and delivery of print-quality PDF or PNG file.
The offerings below are an example of my services. Each package is fully customizable: there may be content or deliverables you don’t need or wish to add. You can also create your own package by selecting multiple overview or locator maps.
BIA (Business Improvement Area) Map – $1250-1500+HST
A BIA map highlights a specific area of the city to promote its local businesses and attractions. Includes full labelled hierarchical road network, city and community services, transit facilities, and other POIs and attractions as requested. Includes a legend grouping POIs by category, and one inset locator map to show the BIA location within the city.
Delivered within 2-3 weeks.
Price depends on level of detail and size of BIA. Includes print-ready template.
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Neighbourhood Map – $1600-2400+HST
This map shows a larger area of the city than the BIA map and includes the same content. Also includes an index grid to locate numbered POIs in the legend.
Delivered in 2-4 weeks depending on level of detail.
Price depends on level of detail, number of POIs, scale and size of coverage area. Includes print-ready template.
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City Tourist Map – $6400+HST
A large folding city map incorporates all relevant municipal datasets, with content similar to the neighbourhood map. Most roads labelled where space permits. Creation of index grid to locate numbered POIs in the legend. POIs grouped by category. Includes up to two inset maps, either overview or detail of small area such as downtown.
Includes print-ready template and incorporation of additional graphic and informational content on panels on the back of the map.
Usually takes 6-8 weeks.
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Cycling Tourism Map
As part of Ontario’s cycling strategy the Ministry of Tourism, Culture & Sport has introduced a cycling tourism plan. Organizations can use maps to promote tourist-friendly cycling routes and businesses.
This map can be as detailed as a city map, showing a tourist cycling route through the city (only a part of the full cycling network infrastructure), or it can be a variation of a city or region overview map, highlighting major communities and landmarks with a simple cycling loop.
Contact me for more information.