Thursday, January 22, 2009
300,000 aging Dallas traffic signs replaced for aging Dallas population
The new signs will be larger and come with Wether's Originals dispensers.
According to this article, older people can't see so well. As such, Dallas will be replacing 300,000 traffic signs with newer models. The new signs, mostly street signs, will have larger letters and be more reflective. They'll also last a decade or more, which is at least three years longer than the previous signs.
The question is, however, will your eyesight last that long before signs have to be three feet tall and 20 feet long?
Posted by Erin