The construction of new billboards on Pennsylvania’s Turners Road and North Street in Philadelphia is drawing praise for its ability to turn drivers into constructive feedback about their work.
The new billboards feature a picture of a car on a hillside, with the words, “This is what it looks like on the side of Turners.”
The billboard was erected on Wednesday and is part of a larger project called “Constructive Feedback.”
It is located on the back of a truck that has been built into the hillside of the intersection.
“This is the first time we’ve seen that kind of signage in Philly,” said Stephanie Mathers, the president of the Philadelphia-based organization Constructive Feedback.
The organization, which is based in the United Kingdom, has been working on this project for years.
Mather and other activists say the signs have helped people understand the impact their work has had on the environment and the local community.
The billboards, which were designed by Mather, were installed last week.
They will be up for 24 hours, at least until they are removed by the end of the week.
Mathering said that while they will still have the billboards on the street, the signs will have the ability to be pulled down.
The signs have already been up for about six months, she said.
Mather said the signs also have the potential to be used to educate the public about the environment.
“It’s a wonderful opportunity to educate people about the environmental impacts of their work,” she said, adding that people should be able to view their work in a more direct manner.
Mead said that in addition to the signs, the group is also installing signs that have been designed for people who do not live in Philadelphia.
M.M.A.T.A., an environmental organization that works on the issue of pollution in the Philadelphia area, also praised the project.
“There’s nothing better than seeing a sign that actually says something that people are concerned about,” said David Fiepig, M.
A.t.A.’s director of communications.
“That’s why I think the signs are a great opportunity for us to be a voice for the people of Philadelphia.”
The signs have been placed around the area, along with other signs that emphasize the importance of the city’s recycling programs and the need for recycling in general.
Matera, an organization that helps people learn about recycling, also is encouraging people to use the signs to encourage recycling.
“The public is going to want to see more recycling signs, but we are hoping the signage will be a great way for people to see that recycling is important and that they can take part in the process,” Materas head of communications, María Fernanda López, told ABC7.
The group said that it has received a lot of positive feedback and has even received an endorsement from Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney.
“We are incredibly proud to be able join hands with the city of Philadelphia and construct a new and inspiring billboard that serves as a powerful reminder that we are not alone in our efforts to clean up our streets,” M.R.M., a spokesman for the mayor, said in a statement.