The DOT is working on the highway between here and Grand Island–the highway I use for my bi-weekly commute.
Four times a week, I see the signs set up on either side of the worked-on stretch of highway:
Every time I pass the bright orange signs, I wonder whose bright idea it was to not include punctuation.
As it is, I have no clue what the sign is trying to say.
Is it telling me not to pass because the zones are unmarked?
In that case, it should read:
Or perhaps it is just an FYI, to let me know that the no passing zones are not marked so I’ll have to use discretion when passing.
May I suggest:
Or better yet:
As it is, sans punctuation marks, this sign means nothing.
I do whatever I please.