Finally, L.A. Is Working On ‘Simple And Obvious’ Parking Signs

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For Angelenos, it seems like it’s a daily activity to try to decipher enigmatic, totem pole-like parking signs throughout the city. But there’s a glimmer of hope that we could one day get signs that don’t require a decoder, as the city is now testing out new, simplified parking signs.

During a committee meeting on Wednesday, City Council members asked the Department of Transportation to test out easier to understand signs designed by a local graphic artist, according to the L.A. Times. Instead of confusing, mile-high signs, transportation officials said they’ll be trying out over the next month-and-a-half “simple and obvious as possible” ones. These signs would use grids that divide the times by day and hour, with green and red blocks of time that show drivers when they’re allowed to park and not. (Maybe they’ll look something like these signs that were created by a Brooklyn designer.)… (more)

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