Directional wayfinding artwork
From January to March 2020, the R2P Project installed concrete road barriers and temporary fencing around construction areas, requiring changes to motorist, pedestrian and cycling access.
To help pedestrians and cyclists navigate their way around construction areas, access maps have been installed along South Road, Regency Road and intersecting streets.
The Port Adelaide Enfield Council also approved an R2P initiative to engage local artist Tracey Davis to paint directional wayfinding artwork on local street footpaths – artwork that will provide directions around construction areas in Croydon Park. These directions will assist pedestrians, cyclists and residents in reaching their destination.
The eye-catching artwork has been designed to be helpful as well as a fun visual, and Tracey will be painting over the next week so keep an eye out for her nature-inspired designs!
When the project is complete and the directional wayfinding is no longer required, the directions will be painted over with the name of the suburb, ‘Croydon Park’. The footpath artwork will remain a permanent colourful feature in the local area.