Metro Sign and Awning’s insight:
A ten-state marked bike path is in the final stages of development, soon to offer cyclists a 3,000 mile ride, complete with signage, down the entire Mississippi river. This wayfinding project was created to put flood-prone land areas to good use, and uses a mix of road shoulders as well as paved bike paths. The signs will “help cyclists navigate the route, warn motorists of cyclists and highlight key points of interest” along the trail.
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The Mississippi River winds south from its headwaters in Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico, cutting the continental United States in half. For hundreds of years, the river has inspired storytellers and songwriters, but most recently it inspired another group: Cyclists. Signs are being installed this ...