Rhode Island names and other odd naming conventions

A. Joseph Ross joe@attorneyross.com
Thu Apr 18 16:14:42 EDT 2013

On 4/6/2013 12:00 PM, Paul Hopfgarten wrote:

> On Apr 6, 2013, at 8:17 AM, Pariho <pariho@mail.com> wrote:
>> Back to 128, anyone old enough to remember when 128 continued on the 
>> South Shore to Nantasket (hence the current 228 when they stopped 128 
>> at Braintree in the early 1960s) I BARELY remember it and only 
>> because I did have an Aunt and Uncle in Hingham at the time.
> I'm surprised the traffic reporters don't still call that section 
> "128" then.  It makes as much sense as calling I-93 south of Boston 
> "The Expressway" since there are no signs indicating it as such, or 
> the part of I-93 from Canton to Braintree "128".

On the subject of roads, etc., does anyone know what the signs that I've 
seen along I-93 and on surface roads around I-93 in Boston containing 
the letters HC inside a green circle are?  And also the signs containing 
the same letters inside a red circle-slash?

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