Kickstarter:

Walk [Your City] began when a few, civic-minded friends in Raleigh, NC posted a network of signs around town that gave walking directions to cool, local spots. It was a simple way to help citizens navigate their city on foot, but (surprise!) it resonated worldwide.
Now, with hundreds of folks eager to adopt the movement, the team is working to create an open-source, web tool that will allow anyone to make, print, and post their very own neighborhood walking signs. See you on the sidewalks — see them as our Project of the Day.

Kickstarter:

Walk [Your City] began when a few, civic-minded friends in Raleigh, NC posted a network of signs around town that gave walking directions to cool, local spots. It was a simple way to help citizens navigate their city on foot, but (surprise!) it resonated worldwide.

Now, with hundreds of folks eager to adopt the movement, the team is working to create an open-source, web tool that will allow anyone to make, print, and post their very own neighborhood walking signs. See you on the sidewalks — see them as our Project of the Day.

(via poptech)

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    Awesome idea to use here in San Antonio!
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    Because it’s a cool idea, yes. But also because so many people who live in the city and consider themselves very urbane...
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    — - — St. Louis CountyIt’s two hours with no sidewalks to anything from the county. Good luck. — - — St. Louis CityIt’s...
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    Brrrrrrilliant!
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    These would be great around town. I’m in.
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    We need this in Atlanta.
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    to oakland cemetery from matador glenwood.
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