Mass in Motion Fall River arranged for the installation of wayfinding signage related to the new Quequechan River Rail Trail opening in the center of the City adjacent to the Flint Neighborhood. The project is part of a new “1422 Project” funded by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health designed to improve opportunities for physical activity and to help people at risk for diabetes and high blood pressure to become more active. SSTAR Community Prevention Coordinator Eric Andrade, who is working on the project with Mass in Motion Fall River Coordinator Julianne Kelly, and WalkBoston, joined Cory McCarty of Seaport Graphics to install several sidewalk signs directing people to the Trail. Additional signs will be mounted on poles directing people to the Trail and to other nearby destinations. The signs all designate the number of minutes that average walker will spend getting to the destination rather than a mileage estimate.