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.
US 60 E @ AZ 77/US 70 - Globe
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.
US 70 E @ US 191
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.
AZ 260 W @ AZ 73 - Indian Pine/Hon Dah
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