Or may have been fabricated in my mind while fixating on the redundancy for years without saying anything.... and it was late when I wrote thatsketch wrote:The "Exit to Exit to Kindergarten Court" is new
Agreed, I think this is worse since it has redundancy and akwardness.sketch wrote:Some have been using "Exit: Kindergarten Ct" instead, because it's more similar to numbered exits. The redundancy is still there, and it's said like "Exit right to Exit. Kindergarten Court." or "Exit to Exit. Kindergarten Court." Still redundant, but also more awkward.
Yes, I just mentioned it to make sure it wasn't overlooked in the conversation.sketch wrote:The problem with using one for left exits and another for right exits is that, in attempting to compensate for TTS inconsistency, you create a display inconsistency (where only some exits say "Exit" on screen and others don't). If we're not comfortable losing the "Exit" on unnumbered left exits, then we have to keep it on unnumbered right exits.
Probably when "continue straight" gets activated?sketch wrote:Hopefully, an upcoming feature will allow us to create an "exit left" command. When that happens, we should reevaluate this question.
Yeah, I remember seeing a bunch in the LA area the other month without numbers.sketch wrote:Before making any big decisions here, we should be sure to get some Californians in on the discussion. If I understand correctly, California still has a huge number of unnumbered exits, so their opinion is valuable.
SkyviewGuru wrote:My inclination is that when 49 of 50 states are good with it as is, why doesn't the one that isn't make an exception in their own state guidance?
robertonthego wrote:So overall, as part of guidance, I think the exit number should be listed as it's federal standard for them to be there for exits and interchanges and they are present in 49 of 50 states. California signs could be replaced at anytime (and the replacement would have the exit number) so if we have the data at the time of it being edited, I'd say go ahead and add it.
kentsmith9 wrote:There was a huge discussion on removing BUS and spelling it out. If the Wiki still has BUS anywhere, we did not get it updated.
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