Mon Nov 23 17:57:13 EST 2009
On Mon, 11/23/09, Aaron Read <email@example.com> wrote:
> I don't know all the politics, but given the state's budget
> crisis and how little anyone in Albany ever cares about the
> Southern Tier, and the terrain (in some places it's
> basically mountain on one side, river on the other) I don't
> think the DOT will *ever* build proper US Interstate System
> interchanges/flyovers there.
Aren't interstates significantly funded by the feds? The figure in my head is 90 percent, but I could be wrong.
On topic, sort of: I'm always amazed by the cross pollination between the radio geek and road geek communities. Several regulars here also post at misc.transport.road, or at least did when I regularly hung out over there (admittedly, many years ago now). And we're all interested in highway signage, too, it seems.
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