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Anyone ever get lucky enough to see a truck transporting a load of BGS to their permanent home on a highway somewhere? Well this week, I had the chance this week heading up to Milwaukee to see this one for myself.

As you can imagine, it was difficult to get good photos. Anyone want to take a guess as to where they're headed? I already know, but I'll let you guys figure out for yourselves!

And while we're on the subject, does anyone else have any photos of BGS, or really any signs, being transported?

Big John:
I know too, so I won't answer.

Saw some earlier this month, on eastbound I-64 in Shelby County. The truck had a just-removed sign for Exit 35 (KY 53/Shelbyville) and a new sign for Exit 48 (KY 151/Graefenburg-Lawrenceburg). The truck passed us as we exited at KY 151, so it must have been bearing a sign meant for the eastbound side of I-64. There is a construction project ongoing there to replace/widen the bridges carrying the interstate over the crossroad.

I saw a video once of some car (probably a Tesla) that kept freaking out issuing alerts on the dashboard because the computer was detecting cones in the lane ahead. Of course, the driver wasn't concerned because the cones were stacked up in the back of a truck...

Max Rockatansky:
Seen several times, never had the occasion to grab photos.  This wasn’t totally uncommon in Caltrans District 6 a couple years ago when they were grabbing up SB1 funds for signage replacements.


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