Around the globe, in crosswalks, transit stations, and airports—and on trains, buses, and trucks—artists are helping to improve our experience of moving from one place to another.

Parking tickets that come with calming yoga poses

Calming tracking enforcement with humor | Daniel Peltz, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Using maps and street signs to find public art

Wayfinding helps pedestrians find public sculptures | Bundith Phunsombatlert, New York City

Funktional Vibrations

Colorful mosaic greets commuters | Xenobia Bailey, New York City

Truck Art Project

Trucks become moving artworks | Jaime Colsa + Iam Gallery, Madrid, Spain

Rolling Rez

A mobile art and banking space | Pine Ridge, South Dakota

Transforming Spaces

Movement and light in transportation hubs | Catherine Widgery, Colorado, Minnesota, Oregon, Texas, Ontario


Crosswalk recordings offer positive messages | Tim Dye, Petaluma, California

Sky Bridge

Temporary bridge installation highlights public space | Beili Liu, San Francisco, California

Public Posts

Commuters express themselves on subway walls | Matthew Chavez, New York, New York