Reimagining Wayfinding forMilwaukee County Park's Oak Leaf Trail
Each year more than 1.5 million users explore Milwaukee County's 125-mile Oak Leaf Trail system. The origins of the multi-use trail dates back to 1939 yet, until 2019, the system lacked a comprehensive wayfinding plan. Learn how Milwaukee County Parks and partners tackled the challenge of developing and implementing a navigation and wayfinding system that is designed to grow and evolve as the Oak Leaf Trail system continues to expand.
Health, Safety and Welfare
1) Recommended process for planning a trail signage program. 2) Working with a project team and consultant. 3) Choosing appropriate signage materials.
Therese Gripentrog, PLA & Ian Everett, Marketing Manager
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