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America's 10 Most Confusing Traffic Signs


I have a headache after looking at these. Link -via Metafilter

There are probably lights in the street, as well. Commuters in the morning, commuters going the opposite way in the afternoon. Pretty straightforward.
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630am to 930pm Use 3 of the 4 lanes?.... but from 330pm in the second lane you'll meet traffic coming straight at you from the opposite direction! No wonder I hate driving.
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It's just rush hour rules. Lots of parkways have this sort of arrangement. I'd bet that the commuters don't mind the sign as much as they would the gridlock if the lanes stayed the same through the day.
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That looks like Connecticut Ave. NW in Washington, DC... and if this photo wasn't taken there, that is still indeed how those lanes work.
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This has to be Arizona...try read those signs going 45 mph in 3-4 lane traffic. Take that into consideration and then add all the old people in the world and you have a problem...a big old problem

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It's in Washington, DC. You can click where it says "Link" with an underline, and go to the original article, where they show all ten signs and explain them somewhat.
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