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Video: No more funny, creative messages on Arizona freeways thanks to Federal Highway Administration ban

Jan 16, 2024, 12:49 PM | Updated: Jan 18, 2024, 10:39 am

Humorous and quirky messages on electronic signs will soon disappear from highways and freeways across the country. Mike Broomhead reacts to
the U.S. Federal Highway Administration giving states two years to implement all the changes outlined in its new 1,100-page manual released last month, including rules that spells out how signs and other traffic control devices are regulated.

Video: Jeremy Schnell and Felisa Cárdenas/KTAR News
Photo: Arizona Department of Transportation

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Video: No more funny, creative messages on Arizona freeways thanks to Federal Highway Administration ban