Local governments told to buy new street signs

Vince Coglianese Contributor

The federal government says THIS is harder to read than This.

Got that? ALL CAPS are bad. Mixed Case is Good.

It’s just one reason the Federal Highway Administration is ordering all local governments — from the tiniest towns to the largest cities — to go out and buy new street signs that federal bureaucrats say are easier to read.

The rules are part of a tangle of regulations included in the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices.

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