Located in eastern Pennsylvania, this National Heritage Corridor comprises 154 miles of scenic rivers and mountains, historic canals, farms, museums and remnants of early industries and ethnic settlements.
A distinctive identity was developed to represent some of the most prominent features of the Corridor. A complete system of wayfinding, identification and interpretive signage links numerous destinations and promotes a regional sense of place. User-friendly guidelines were developed so both professional and laypeople could utilize the sign designs for the hundreds of destinations in the Corridor.
Notable: The program was one of the first models for other Heritage Corridors across the country.
- Cleo Fogal