Traffic Box Art Wraps

The CDC has commissioned 4 artists to transform select traffic signal cabinets in Prince George’s County into public artworks representative of community identity and character. Traffic signal cabinets – the grey metal structures located at every signalized intersection – are vulnerable to graffiti and vandalism. This project addresses community blight and enhance the visual landscape. With the support of Prince George’s Department of Public Works & Transportation and the Prince George’s County Executive, 11 traffic box cabinets were wrapped during 2017 in Prince George’s County, focusing on boxes located in the county’s T.N.I. (Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative) communities.

Browse our full press release, photos, and a map online.


  • Harper Carter Matsuyama
  • Michelle Puhl-Price
  • Erick Satchell
  • Joel Travlor

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