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Why do we care about being different from New York? It's not like people are going to need to differentiate.
In fact, solid yellow would be recognizable for people who travel to both cities.

These color schemes all look like various emergency/utility response vehicles.

Speaking of confusion with emergency vehicles, I hope they'll get rid of the "Call 911" signs on top. That's very confusing for international visitors.

by Novanglus on Dec 10, 2012 1:42 pm • linkreport

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