Twister-UK wrote:Thortok2000 wrote:Yeah I'm pegging that as duplicate UR's.
With it selected do a permalink and see if the code in the URL changes, if it does, it's a different UR.
The UR ID is also shown in the popup
Though not common in the United States, a speed limit may be defined in kilometers per hour (km/h) as well as miles per hour (mph). The Federal Highway Administration's Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, which provides guidelines for speed limit signage, states that "speed limits shown shall be in multiples of 10 km/h or 5 mph." If a speed limit sign indicates km/h, the number is circumscribed and "km/h" is written below. Prior to 2003, metric speed limits were designated using the standard speed limit sign, usually with yellow supplemental "METRIC" and "km/h" plaques above it and below it, respectively.
The 1995 National Highway System Designation Act prohibited use of federal funds to finance new metric signage.
dbraughlr wrote:htxu wrote:... the speed limit signs ...
Surely this is not on topic.
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