New wayfinding signs are going up around Worthington this spring. The Wayfinding Project is a citywide initiative, with an initial focus on Old Worthington and the Wilson Bridge Road Corridor. Wayfinding uses local landmarks, signage, pathways and environmental elements to help orient residents and visitors to the City of Worthington. The system will accentuate the Wilson Bridge Road Corridor and downtown’s identity, as well as improve movement for pedestrians, cyclists and motorists throughout the City.
A steering committee made up of area residents, business owners, community groups and City leaders was created in 2014 to review and provide input into a citywide wayfinding package.