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An open-sourced "guerrilla wayfinding" project focused on helping anyone create safe and healthy walkable environments.
An open-sourced "guerrilla wayfinding" project focused on helping anyone create safe and healthy walkable environments.
549 backers pledged $11,364 to help bring this project to life.

1 Week in & We are "Project of the Day"

Hey Friends! 

HUGE Thanks for helping kick off a great week 1 of our campaign! We are over 40% funded just 7 days in AND were just featured as the "Project of the Day" on Kickstarter's homepage - so exciting! 

In other news, our original Walk Raleigh signs are going back up next Monday and we are planning to add an additional 5 intersections to the original 3 (once I am finished with my Master's Project for UNC next week-great timing right?). Additionally, Chattanooga (where I gave a virtual talk last week - see below) will be launching their own campaign in a few weeks (which gives us the confidence that this project is worth our time and your's).  

Live pic courtesy of the SIP Documentary folks (@SIP_documentary) 

Lastly, a writer from the Associated Press interviewed us this past week and will be releasing an article at the end of next week about the project. We will continue to share our progress and news along the way. Things are looking great and we are thankful for your support and backing to help make this idea a reality! 

Cheers, 

Matt

cityfabric.net | @cityfabric 

walkyourcity.org | @walkyourcity 

Comments

    1. Creator Brian Triplett on April 5, 2012

      Congrats guys! This is our favorite project we've backed so far! You're making the world a better place! If you have any tips for making our endeavor a success, please share!

      Thanks!

      Brian & Lesley (http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/briantriplett/on-the-road-bus-adventures)

    2. Creator NikiNicole on April 5, 2012

      lookin snazzy in chatanooga!