Atlantic Beach, NC

It's not too far.

Plan, design and install quick, light and affordable street signs for people.

How It Works

Walk [Your City] helps you boost your community’s walkability, linking informational street signs for people with web-based campaign management and data collection to complement traditional approaches to wayfinding.

Plan and design
your signs
We'll make and
ship your signs
Install on your
city's streets
Walkers scan signs
for directions

Test with a pilot before you invest in more permanent pedestrian infrastructure.


Create new, approachable opportunities for public participation.


Change community transportation choices for the better.


Help both neighbors and visitors see that it’s not too far to walk.

Downtown Raleigh, NC

Case Studies

Citizens, cities, towns, community development corporations, real estate companies, and more are already using our Sign Builder to design and install campaigns to embrace walkability in their communities.


Walk [Mount Hope]

West Virginia, USA

Mount Hope is a small town with big ideas, but they don't have the resources to implement a permanent wayfinding system. They sought out Walk [Your City] as a speedy, affordable alternative that encourages folks to walk when exploring the town’s mile-long Main Street core.

Mount Hope, WV

What's New?

July 14, 2015

Walk [South Park]

Raleigh’s South Park neighborhood – just to the southeast of downtown – is packed with sites of historic and cultural significance. To celebrate their community’s past (and present!), the South Park-East Raleigh Neighborhood Association (SPERNA) worked with students at NC State’s College of Design to develop a Heritage Walk Plan for the neighborhood. Raleigh’s City Council had recently... Read More

June 17, 2015

Walk [Six Forks]

Raleigh’s Six Forks Road is a significant corridor for the city: at the core of Midtown, the road is home to vibrant new mixed-use development, older neighborhoods, and community institutions. Given Six Forks’ growing importance and heavy traffic – the corridor sees between 29,000 and 42,000 vehicle trips per day – the City of Raleigh is reevaluating how this road can best serve drivers... Read More

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