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Cornell Botanic Gardens recently completed a project designed to make Cornell’s large and complex campus easier to navigate. A series of 23 pedestrian wayfinding signs now connect North Campus, the Arts and Ag Quads and Cornell Botanic Gardens along Beebe Lake and nearby trails. With directional signs in place, Cornell Botanic Gardens’ Beebe Lake natural area is now more accessible and its walkways can be better utilized to join adjacent campus areas. The project represents the first pedestrian implementation of the university’s signage and wayfinding master plan.
Read the full article in the November 7 Cornell Chronicle article "New pedestrian signs connect campus."