Every time a new mayor or borough president gets elected, the city pays around $350 to update each of the affected signs.
Photo by: Cody Lyon
A city with as much gall as ours doesn’t wimp out, even at road signs.
By: Cody Lyon
Drivers, cyclists or pedestrians traveling New York City roads, bridges and tunnels face a bewildering array of signs – 1.3 million of them in fact.
There are greeting signs between the boroughs, like the one – along a Brooklyn border – saying goodbye with a dialect: “Leaving Brooklyn ‘Fuhgeddaboutit.’”