It started as a technically illegal grass roots movement to help people find their way around the streets of Raleigh, South Carolina. But now a “guerrilla wayfinding” project is going mainstream with a website where everyday people may soon be able to make wayfinding signs for their city.

This week, thanks to a $182,000 grant from the Knight Foundation, Walk [Your City] announced it is launching pilot projects in Lexington, Kentucky, and San Jose, California, designed to bring its methodology to the next level. People in those cities can create signs directing people to places they think are important to the general public.

Citylabs has how it works.

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