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Author Topic: Massachusetts milepost exit numbering conversion contract  (Read 61775 times)

jp the roadgeek

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Re: Massachusetts milepost exit numbering conversion contract
« Reply #375 on: June 12, 2019, 04:44:11 PM »

Has anyone ever seen this page?: Massachusetts Highways for the 21st Century: A Guide to Current Roadways and Proposals For Their Future: http://www.malmeroads.net/mass21c/index.html

I've checked it periodically to see if Massachusetts will ever change their mind about converting to mileage-based exits (which I doubt).
I think Bob7374 has seen it a few times. :D
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Re: Massachusetts milepost exit numbering conversion contract
« Reply #376 on: June 12, 2019, 11:52:58 PM »

 :nod:
Has anyone ever seen this page?: Massachusetts Highways for the 21st Century: A Guide to Current Roadways and Proposals For Their Future: http://www.malmeroads.net/mass21c/index.html

I've checked it periodically to see if Massachusetts will ever change their mind about converting to mileage-based exits (which I doubt).
I think Bob7374 has seen it a few times. :D
May have.  Just posted some new I-90 sign photos there.

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Re: Massachusetts milepost exit numbering conversion contract
« Reply #377 on: June 13, 2019, 09:03:31 AM »

:nod:
Has anyone ever seen this page?: Massachusetts Highways for the 21st Century: A Guide to Current Roadways and Proposals For Their Future: http://www.malmeroads.net/mass21c/index.html

I've checked it periodically to see if Massachusetts will ever change their mind about converting to mileage-based exits (which I doubt).
I think Bob7374 has seen it a few times. :D
May have.  Just posted some new I-90 sign photos there.
No offense but if there are indeed any updates/movements regarding MA converting their interchange numbers; such will likely get posted on this thread first.
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