Worcester: Finding Your Way
A public-private partnership between the City of Worcester and its business, higher education and cultural communities, the Worcester Wayfinding Project is intended to develop a wayfinding system--including signage, destination identifiers and information kiosks capable of guiding Worcester visitors to their destinations while giving them the sense of Worcester’s rich cultural history and future. As designed, the Worcester wayfinding system will not only guide visitors but also share the stories and spirit of this community. The partnership recently secured 3 million dollars to fully implement the complete program.
Erin Williams, Cultural Development Officer, 508-799-1400 ext. 265, WilliamsE@worcesterma.gov
In the News
- Lost in Worcester? Long-dormant wayfinding project finally funded, Worcester Telegram & Gazette, July 8, 2014
- Worcester Secures $3 Million to Improve City’s Navigation, GoLocalWorcester, July 8, 2014
- $3 million Worcester Wayfinding Initiative to direct tourism with 275 new signs and tourist kiosks, MassLive, July 7, 2014
- Worcester to announce road signs program, Worcester Telegram & Gazette, July 7, 2014