Help us design the best and most effective wayfinding signs for Anacostia Tributary Trails.
We need your input on the design of the wayfinding signage for the Anacostia Tributary Trails (ATTS). We will use this input to finalize the signage design.
ATTS is an existing 30+ mile network of paved trails located in the northern portion of Prince George’s County, Maryland. ATTS is part of the larger regional trail network in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. As the trails in the region become interconnected, it is necessary to have a robust wayfinding signage system for the trails.
The brown wooden posts currently used along ATTS are in need of replacement. The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Department of Parks and Recreation, Prince George's County is developing a new wayfinding signage including directional signs for trail intersections and trailhead signage that will be located in major access points.
Below are the proposed trailhead (Prototype 1A) and the trail intersection (Prototype 1B) signage. To provide input, please complete the following survey.
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