Evanston’s downtown plan, adopted by the City Council earlier this year, called for an updated signage system to make it easier for people to figure out how to get to their destination.
A new way-finding sign installed Friday in Ann Arbor, Mich. (AnnArbor.com photo)
So far not much seems to have happened on that front here, but folks concerned about the issue might want to take a look at a new way-finding signage system being installed in Ann Arbor, Mich.
AnnArbor.com reports the project of the Downtown Development Authority there was three years in the making, and as you’d expect in a college town there was much public debate.
The final cost of the Ann Arbor project is expected to come in at $700,000 for a total of 200 signs of various shapes and sizes
Evanston Downtown Plan (way-finding signage reference is on page 40 as part of Objective 3)
Downtown Wayfinding Project (Ann Arbor Downtown Development Authority)
Finding your way around downtown Ann Arbor just got easier (AnnArbor.com)