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Most of the time, much of the river is dry, but heavy storms can cause it to overflow its banks, flooding farmland before reaching the Gila River. Signage[ edit ] Metric-unit advance guide sign on I, installed as part of the Valencia Road interchange renovation I is unique among US Interstates, because signed distances are given in meters hundreds or thousands as distance-to-exit indications or kilometers as distance-to-destination indicationsand not miles.
However, the speed limit signs give speeds in miles per hour. According to the Arizona Department of Transportation ADOTmetric signs were originally placed because of the push toward the metric system in the United States at the time of the original construction of the highway.
The signing scheme used in provided explicit units on advance guide signs, but not on interchange sequence signs or post-interchange confirmation distance signs. The expressions on advance guide signs were of the form "2 km" for distances over 1 kilometer 0.
On advance guide signs, the metric unit expressions "km" and "m" were placed on the baseline where "MILES" would otherwise have gone, but were sized so that their lowercase loop height matched the uppercase letter height of "MILES" on customary-unit signs.
However, the advisory signs were cancelled by change order and not installed. Had the metric speed limit sign been installed, the signed speed limit on I would have been 88 kilometers per hour Information signs, to three distinct designs, were also placed at various locations on or near I to advise motorists that the highway was signed in metric.
Notwithstanding the metric legends, the signing plans were dimensioned entirely in feet and inches. The general approach toward metric signing differed from that taken in Explicit units were given not just on advance guide signs, but also on interchange sequence signs, post-interchange confirmation signs, and community interchange signs the last-listed had not been used in On the distance signs, "km" appeared after each kilometer measurement except when one or more of the distances was a fractional kilometer.
In such cases, all the distances were given in meters with "meters" written out in full, not "m" after each distance value. On distance signs in general, "km" or "meters" appeared on the same baseline and with the same letter height as the distance values, while advance guide signs were formatted as in As was the case inthe signing plans were dimensioned in feet and inches.
One of these signs has a fractional kilometrage greater than 1 kilometer 0. Metric unit expressions on the advance guide signs installed or modified as part of this contract appear on the same baseline as the metric values, rather than on a raised baseline as on other I advance guide signs.
Again, the plans were dimensioned in feet and inches. To avoid the cost of replacing the metric signs all at once, signs would be replaced in specific areas of the freeway during construction projects in those areas.
As ofthe remainder of the project has been stalled due to local opposition, particularly from businesses that would have to change their directions.
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