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"Don't get me started on signage in VA. It is terrible."

Besides the obvious difference in terms of road surface quality, to me this is the biggest difference between roads in Maryland and Virginia. Signage on interstates and other major arteries is far better in Maryland.

Most virginia highways are also dark while for the most part Maryland highways have plenty of lighting. Hopefully with new transportation funding northern virginia can finally fix the horrible conditions of its roads.

by P. Bateman on Feb 25, 2013 2:56 pm • linkreport

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