AlanOfTheBerg wrote:CBenson wrote:I don't like "BUS." Its a word.
I prefer "ALT" ...
I don't think we should not use something as an abbreviation just because it is a word. "Alt" is also a word, not only an abbreviation.
txemt wrote:Texas has a US-90 Business as well as a US-90 Alt. They are two totally separate roads. =\
sketch wrote:The way shield rules are apparently written means they're flexible for numbers but not letters, so we'd have to define not only US-n, US-nn, US-nnn but also US-nnA, US-nnE, US-nnW... for US highways.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:txemt wrote:Texas has a US-90 Business as well as a US-90 Alt. They are two totally separate roads. =\
That's fine and works for me. But is there a US-90 Alternate and a US-90 Alt which are totally different?
txemt wrote:I also cannot think of any US-90 Alternates or Businesses (unless there's one way out in West Texas).
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:I thought I-35E in Texas properly showed the 35E in the shield. I swear it used to...
txemt wrote:It did. I-35W also showed. Are they not shield anymore?
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