Signs of health (LA-style)

14 December 2017

The LA Times has recently highlighted a signage project in Glendale, California, that is encouraging locals (and visitors) to get out and walk more.

One of the signs states that doctors recommend walking 6,000 steps a day to improve one's health and 10,000 a day to lose weight.

There's also a social-media campaign as part of the program. Pedestrians are encouraged to snap selfies of themselves with a wayfinding sign in the shot and share the pictures on social media with the hashtag #GlendaleWalks.

More at http://www.latimes.com/socal/glendale-news-press/news/tn-gnp-me-wayfinding-20160721-story.html

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