The City of Annapolis received a grant from the Baltimore Metropolitan Council to improve its city-wide wayfinding for vehicles, pedestrians, and bicyclists. Building on previous efforts, this grant-funded master plan creates an inventory of existing wayfinding signage, identifies the preferred location and content for a comprehensive program of wayfinding signs, and incorporates the use of interactive and electronic signs. Headed by a 10-person steering committee, the plan was reviewed by the Historic Preservation Commission and Planning Commission.
- July 9, 2013: City Council Vote
- May 15, 2013: Transportation Board
- April 15, 2013: Rules Committee
- April 11, 2013: Transportation Committee
- April 8, 2013: Public Hearing at City Council
- February 21, 2013: Plan was presented to City Council at a work session - Wayfinding Analysis and Design
- February 11, 2013: Plan will be introduced to City Council as a resolution
- January 3, 2013: Planning Commission - Presentation
- August 23, 2012: Open House and presentation to Historic Preservation Commission
- May 1 and 2, 2012: Stakeholder interviews
The City has retained MERJE Design to prepare the wayfinding plan. MERJE has a holistic design approach that incorporates graphic design with the built environment.
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