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Started by Bryant5493, March 27, 2009, 09:30:11 PM

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That should be District 1.


chrislopezz

I found this intersection at Oakwood-Gainesville, GA. But I'm wondering about the "10" with the traffic signal. It goes by at Mundy Mill Road (SR 53). It starts at SR 211 as "1" and ends at M ever Rd as "13". WHAT ARE THOSE NUMBERS FOR??

Great Lakes Roads

Quote from: chrislopezz on March 03, 2024, 04:33:36 PM
I found this intersection at Oakwood-Gainesville, GA. But I'm wondering about the "10" with the traffic signal. It goes by at Mundy Mill Road (SR 53). It starts at SR 211 as "1" and ends at M ever Rd as "13". WHAT ARE THOSE NUMBERS FOR??


It's a southern thing...
-Jay Seaburg

freebrickproductions

I believe the numbers are used by some cities as a way to reference signalized intersections.
It's all fun & games until someone summons Cthulhu and brings about the end of the world.

I also collect traffic lights, road signs, fans, and railroad crossing equipment.

(They/Them)

chrislopezz


I made these interchange guide signs from the 1990's



GDOT MUTCD Interchange Advance Guide Signs (1990s)
No machine-readable author provided. GeorgiaStateRoute702 assumed (based on copyright claims)., Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons


Compare it to the one below:
2011 signage at Exit 22 showing Exit 24 on Street View. It was replaced on 2013

Tom958

Yesterday I learned that the exits for GA 400 are to be renumbered! I assume that means they'll be numbered by mile from 400's southern origin at I-85. Per Google, that'd make I-285 exits 7A and 7B instead of 4A and 4B now. They did the same thing two years ago on GA 316 at the GA 53 interchange, which is numbered 27 for the mileage from 316's origin at I-85-- the earlier GA 81 interchange, only six miles to the west, is exit 5, presumably because it's five miles from the Gwinnett-Barrow county line.

The Ghostbuster

If you hear anything more, like when it happens or if it really is a sequential-to-mileage-based it remembering, keep us posted.

D-Dey65

I have a question about a site on GA 94 in the Georgia Bend.

Was this tower specifically an old fire tower? Because it sure looks like one. And if so, I'll have to report it to this site;
http://www.firetower.org/lookouts/us/GA




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