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Re: OT: Georgian road signs (Re: OT: Dvorak)

Date:Tuesday, July 29, 2008, 14:44
> [] On Behalf Of Mark J. Reed
> On Mon, Jul 28, 2008 at 4:08 PM, <li_sasxsek@...> wrote: > > I don't think it's any type of decay. I travel around the > Southeast and so far have only seen this in Georgia. Not > every sign but a lot of them. > > But that's my point - even for the same place name on the same type of > sign in the same part of town, it's not at all consistent. Most of > the signs telling you that you can get to "Greenville" by going up > I-85N (whether from I-75/85 downtown, or from I-285) dot the I in > "Greenville" - the one you linked to doesn't. > > So I don't think the dotlessness is intentional. I think the dots > just fall off. GA DOT needs to rethink its technique.
Until you look closer. There is a little consistency. The signs without dots are all undotted and the ones with dots are all dotted. If there was a problem with them falling off there would be a random mix, unlike here.