Signs of Detroit Avenue Looking Up

As part of the city’s traffic signalization project, there are new signs popping up all over Detroit Avenue.

Signs, signs, everywhere signs.

There are dozens of new “way-finding” signs popping up above Detroit Avenue.

And there are more of ‘em coming.

As part of the on Detroit Avenue, the city began erecting the signs from Arthur Avenue to the East End of the city on Monday.

Most of the signs are green.

In the Detroit Avenue commercial district, the city partnered with initiative to post special dark brown “way-finding” signs.

Joe Beno, the city’s director of , said that the additional signs are coming this week and next. Those will point direct people to parking, as well as Lakewood institutions such as the branch campus and , he said.

“They look very nice,” Beno said. “There will be even fancier ones coming, hopefully by the end of this week.”

What do you think of the new signs? Tell us in the comments.

Peter Grossetti June 06, 2012 at 01:56 PM
"Those will point direct people to parking, as well as Lakewood institutions such as the University of Akron Lakewood branch campus and Lakewood Hospital"?!?!?!?!? Don't UAkron and Cleveland Clinic/Lakewood Hospital have marketing budgets??
Colin McEwen June 06, 2012 at 01:58 PM
Jim, it's the Downtown Lakewood logo.
Joseph Geither June 08, 2012 at 03:32 PM
I was excited when the new signs went up, and they didnt have the NO TURN ON REDS up. then two weeks later they showed. Do we really need to sit endlessly at the end of Arthur Ave for the light to change green. It is a T into Detroit.
David Coxe June 16, 2012 at 04:16 AM
I didn't know that Downtown Lakewood even HAD logo. Any reason why they didn't use the school colors? Do they not like Purple?
Alex M July 21, 2012 at 02:36 PM
I think they wanted a more neutral, high-contrast color, especially with the variety of different schools within the community. While purple and gold might make great school colors, I think they would be quite heinous as street sign colors.


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