Interstate 14

Cars pass by an Interstate 14 sign Tuesday in Harker Heights. I-14 signs will be installed on U.S. Highway 190 between Copperas Cove and Belton. The 25-mile stretch of highway from Copperas Cove to Interstate 35 was designated I-14 in January by the Texas Department of Transportation. There is a bigger plan to stretch the interstate from El Paso to Savannah, Ga., linking several military bases.

Colorful new signs have been cropping up along U.S. Highway 190 in the Killeen area this week, including along the roadway in Harker Heights.

The appearance of the Interstate 14 signs followed Saturday’s unveiling ceremony at Central Texas College. | 254-501-7464

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I think it's important for there to be good road signs and signage on the highways, but people shouldn't necessarily have to know that all the signs are actually being changed on a regular basis. It's enough to know that they're there that people will actually start following the speed limits and other road rules in a particular location I reckon. The only people that need to be very dynamic about changing their banners and posters on the walls are companies and their business signage! You actually want people to be taking note of your new designs and ask what is going on and what has changed!

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