Reimagining Wayfinding forMilwaukee County Park's Oak Leaf Trail

Start Date
02/20/2020
End Date
02/20/2020
Description
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.
Location
Madison, WI
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
Yes
Subjects
Transportation
Health, Safety and Welfare
No
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
1) Recommended process for planning a trail signage program. 2) Working with a project team and consultant. 3) Choosing appropriate signage materials.
Instructors
Therese Gripentrog, PLA & Ian Everett, Marketing Manager
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Course Codes
Provider
ASLA Wisconsin Chapter


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