YOUR GOVERNMENT AT WORK: Feds Say All-Caps Street Signs Cause Accidents -- And Tells NYC To Spend $28 Million To Replace Them


New York City will replace every street sign in the city to meet federal font specifications — at a cost of $27.5 million, according to NY Daily News.

Street names will change from all-caps to a font called Clearview, which includes uppercase and lowercase letters. The Department of Transportation says motorists find the new font easier to read, improving road safety.

New York City already faces a mega debt, as does New York state, and of course, the federal government.

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