The city of West Hollywood, California is going to change their six-striped Pride flag crosswalk and replace it with a Progress Pride flag crosswalk, complete with trans flag colors and black and brown stripes arranged in an arrow.
The Transgender Advisory Board approved the city’s plans to change the crosswalks at Santa Monica and San Vicente Boulevards to include the additional colors.
The project will cost $85,000, according to WEHOville.
West Hollywood became the first city to have rainbow crosswalks permanently installed, instead of just during Pride festivities, in 2012. Now the crosswalk will look more like Daniel Quasar’s Progress Pride flag design that emphasizes that transgender people and queer people of color are included in the community.