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You’ve seen them on the side of the road. You may have even stopped to read what they say. Crossbuck signs are a way for state and local governments to communicate important information in an easy-to-read format. But do these signs always mean the same thing? The answer is no, but it varies from state to state and sometimes even county by county! This blog post will discuss what crossbucks are, their meaning across different states, and how they can be used as a tool in marketing your business! The crossbuck sign is a way for state and local governments to communicate important information in an easy-to-read format. Typically installed on roads, these signs are often seen as the most prominent signage at intersections or near traffic control devices such as lights or railroad crossings. In some states, like California, Delaware, Florida, Kentucky and Missouri they specifically denote pedestrian crosswalks where drivers should stop if pedestrians are present. In New York State this same symbol will warn you of school zones ahead (note: there’s no mention about stopping). Other jurisdictions place it along highways to indicate that passing beyond the limit may be unlawful but not show any other particular hazard. These can vary by county too–in Oswego County in up

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