The Wayfinding and Directional Signage Program creates a coordinated, user-friendly, visible navigation system in the Historic and Convention districts. The Wayfinding Program was finalized in 2009. Since that time, all municipal parking garages have been signed with the "P" (parking) icon, the four visitor centers have been branded with the "i" (information) icon, new dot stop signs clearly identify all 12 dot fare-free shuttle stops and the River Street Elevator is easily recognized with a new sign. Most recently, 15 directional wayfinding signs were unveiled.
The remaining elements of the program that will be implemented include: district and parking directional trailblazers; pedestrian kiosks, maps and directional signage; River Street monument, elevator and wall mount; vehicular directional signage; and gateways. To date, the following documents have been produced to support the project:
The Savannah-Chatham Council on Disability Issues (SCCDI) publishes an Accessibility Guide to Savannah's Historic Districts.This guide highlights organizations, facilities and services that have taken initiative to accommodate visitors with and without disabilities, allowing everyone to truly enjoy the Savannah experience.