Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Interstate Signs

The Interstate Highway system (official name: The Dwight D. Eisenhower National System of Interstate and Defense Highways) consists of over 46,000 miles of roadway serving nearly every major U.S. city. The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) developed a detailed highway numbering system in the 1950s. West-east highways are assigned even numbers and south-north highways are given odd numbers. Numbers generally increase from west to east and south to north. There are also rules about one, two and three digit highway numbers, business routes and shared roadway between two interstates. Interstate signage consists of red, white and blue shields which AASHTO has actually copyrighted but that didn't stop these three radio stations from using the design for their stickers.

WNYN was a Country music station in Canton, Ohio. They carried that format from the 1960s through the mid 1980s. Currently 900 AM is WCER, a Religious/Syndicated Talk station.

WLWI “I-92” is a Country music station from Montgomery, Alabama.



WUSY “Wussy 101” “U.S. 101” is a Country music station from Chattanooga, Tennessee and licensed to Cleveland, TN

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