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froggie:

--- Quote from: Voyager75 on October 15, 2023, 12:57:58 PM ---ALDOT being ALDOT they may just leave both routes signed as US-98 like they did with US-78 in Birmingham after I-22 was built. Put new US-98 signs up along the new road and they just disappear once it reaches the already built AL-158 portion. Find your own way back to the old alignment.

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The news clip that asdfjkll posted includes two scenes that show the extension is only signed as AL 158.  One scene shows an "EAST AL 158" trailblazer while another shows "TO WEST US 98" and "WEST AL 158".

The Ghostbuster:
It doesn't look like the AL 158 extension will be four lanes in its entirety, at least not initially. Then again, pre-existing 158 is two lanes west of Newburn Rd., as well as east of Sparta Dr. It looks like the only new interchange will a jug-handle at Wilmer-Georgetown Rd. It will probably be a few years before US 98 is rerouted onto 158's alignment.

jrStudios:



So there is this weird version of Highway Gothic. When was this used and when was it no longer used?

Rothman:

--- Quote from: jrStudios on November 08, 2023, 01:11:27 PM ---


So there is this weird version of Highway Gothic. When was this used and when was it no longer used?

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It's used when someone doesn't know how to use the software and fonts and causes this glitch.

jrStudios:

--- Quote from: Rothman on November 08, 2023, 01:15:54 PM ---
--- Quote from: jrStudios on November 08, 2023, 01:11:27 PM ---


So there is this weird version of Highway Gothic. When was this used and when was it no longer used?

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It's used when someone doesn't know how to use the software and fonts and causes this glitch.

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What do you mean? It also occured in Texas too. Hwever, they were fixed around the time Clearview existed. Could be a prototype or something.

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