Road signs in the Greater Santo Domingo in clear deterioration


Santo Domingo, DR The traffic signs in the main avenues and streets of Greater Santo Domingo are very deteriorated. On the signs to orient drivers and pedestrians, the letters are almost illegible due to the wear and tear of the paint. In contrast, the informative metal signs with the names of the streets are bent, and the regulatory and preventive posts are almost on the ground. All of them are located in the different routes of the capital, with the common ingredient of being unreadable for passers-by and drivers’ locations. On 27 de Febrero Avenue up to the Duarte highway, you can see most of the damaged and abused signs. Similarly, on John F. Kennedy Avenue, the signs are worn. These signs provide help and support to public transportation drivers […]

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