Goofs & Fails Page 8: 9/28/2022 to 10/29/2022
4th St @ Lincoln St - Phoenix
Last time I checked, I-10 is an east/west route, not a north/south route.
US 60 E @ 3rd St - Globe
At first thought, it may seem like these traffic signal visors are way too short; however, that's no mistake, since that's just how close this old traffic signal is to the roadway.
Looks like someone forgot to put the state name on these route shields. Luckily, the state outline makes the signs recognizable anyways.
US 70 E @ 5th Ave - Safford
I just find this combination of street signs funny. ADOT decided to add a shiny, new & large sign for Safford's 5th St, but also left the old & small US 70 sign up, instead of replacing it.
Something seems to be missing here. Hmm, maybe something like a reassurance sign for US 70.
AZ 273 N, north of Mile 393
I don't believe the SR 260 junction is a place of recreation, so this sign should be green, not brown.
Putting the text "SR" before a State Route shield seems a bit redundant.
Stanford Dr (Apache CR 8235) @ AZ 61
I think mounting a double-sided sign like this defeats the purpose of it being double-sided.
56th St, north of AZ Loop 101 - Phoenix
Nice inverted route shields.
56th St @ AZ Loop 101 - Phoenix
Don't know which direction you're going? Don't worry, neither does this sign.
Page last updated: 10/29/2022