New York to replace 250,000 street signs, cost $27.5 million

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Date: September 30th, 2010

Category: Nutty News

wallNutty News New York City – New York officials said it will cost about $27.5 million to replace all of the city’s street signs to conform to national standards. The New York City Department of Transportation said the signs, which feature street names in all capital letters, will be replaced with signs featuring both capital and lower-case letters and they will be printed in a font called Clearview.  More…

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7 Responses to “New York to replace 250,000 street signs, cost $27.5 million”

  1. Cal Says:

    What a waste of money with cities and states going broke. Damn Federal Government needs to but out.

  2. Smart Guy Says:

    I small a rat. Somebody’s brother in law is in the sign business.

  3. Liberal Liz Says:

    The federal government should be able to tell the states and cities what to do. The federal government can look at the whole picture.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    I would have to agree with smart guy. What the hell is the difference if the name is all caps? That should make it easier to read.

  5. Anonymous Says:

    Next they will have to be in English, Spanish and Arabic to be politically correct. It’s a shame what our country has resorted to…

  6. ??? Says:

    $110 per sign thats really not that bad when you see what they pay for other stuff that really isnt needed

  7. tif Says:

    You see Liberal Liz….I think it is a “I scrath your back if you scratch mine.” We the people need to get more involved. Things are going to hell now for us middle and poor class people.

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