UPDATED SEPTEMBER 2020
The Department of Mobility & Infrastructure (DOMI) is seeking input from Bloomfield Livable Streets on Wayfinding Signage for the upcoming Neighborway. And we thought what better way to identify local destinations than by asking YOU! With your local knowledge & experiences, check out these 8 sets of Wayfinding Signage proposed by DOMI over these 2 pages, and give us your feedback, suggestions, and comments. If you love them, let us know too! We’ll pass the comments back to DOMI by SUNDAY, 10/4.
Some design parameters to consider:
– No wayfinding to private businesses.
– Each sign shouldn’t have more than 3-4 destinations.
– Each sign’s format will consist of a destination, the arrow direction (F=Forward, L=Left, R=Right) and the distance.
If you have more comments about the signage that cannot be expressed through this survey, feel free to email us at email@example.com, and we’ll make sure to include them in our comments back to DOMI.
Submit Public Input by Tuesday, Sept. 15th
We hope you too support this intersection design, and ask DOMI to ensure that safety & equity drive the project. Provide online feedback for the new intersection design proposal (or any part of the Comrie/Coral Neighborway project) HERE on the City’s Engage Platform.
All comments must be in by Tuesday, September 15.
Ask City Engineers “In-Person” Questions On Sept. 8th & 10th
Do you have a question or comment about the updated design of the Comrie/Coral Neighborway? DOMI has scheduled 2 virtual Open Houses to gather further feedback on the updated proposal. Click on the links to register
Virtual Open House w/ City Engineers & Planners
Tuesday, September 8th, 5PM – 6PM
Thursday, September 10th, 4PM – 5PM
Click Here for Event Page for More Information and Links!
Bloomfield / Friendship Neighborway Public Meeting
WED, JULY 29th
6PM – 7PM
via Zoom (Sign Up For The Webinar HERE!)
Facebook Event Page HERE!