Signage and Wayfinding Master Plan

The Louisville Loop is an approximately 100-mile shared use path that will provide recreational and transportation facilities for Louisvillians and visitors. It will traverse the perimeter of Louisville through five physiographic regions and a myriad of neighborhoods, cultural and historic landmarks, and ecological habitats.

Metro Parks recently completed a Sign and Wayfinding Master Plan for the Louisville Loop to improve access, safety, function, education, and the overall experience for the 23-miles of existing sections of the downtown and southwestern Loop. A $815,000 grant for the master plan and its implementation was awarded by the Center for Disease Control. Trailheads, wayfinding signs, and interpretive signs are out there on the trail, waiting for you to discover them.

To read a copy of the plan, click on the link below. Or, to sign up for an e-newsletter for frequent news about the Loop Project, click here.

Project Library

Master Plan
 Final Presentation
 Exercise Map West Central
 Design Principles
 Exercise Map Northwest
 Exercise Map Southwest
 Feb. 15 Powerpoint Presentation
 Wayfinding System
 Wayfinding Master Plan (Feb. 2012)