At the urging of a relatively recent entrant to Madison’s banking market, the city is gauging whether there’s any interest in changing the 50-year-old logo used to identify parking spaces, building entrances, bathrooms or other public spaces as accessible to those in wheelchairs and those with other mobility limitations.

Evansville, Indiana-based Old National Bank—which purchased formerly Madison-based AnchorBank in 2016—approached the city in the fall about replacing the image of a person seated in a wheelchair with one showing a person propelling a wheelchair forward. The bank took its cue from the nonprofit, Massachusetts-based Accessible Icon Project, a self-described “design activism” effort that since 2012 has pushed for the new logo as part of its work “toward a more accessible world.”

Read more in the Wisconsin State Journal.