The Most Unfortunate Misspelled Street Signs

Everyone makes mistakes-- even those who make road signs. Here is a collection of typos on public signage.

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NBCNewYork
Note the most obvious error isn’t the only one on this sign.
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NBC 4 New York
The misspelling of Jones Beach on a new sign on Long Island's Robert Moses Parkway in New York is making the rounds on social media. It's spelled J-o-n-s-e.
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KCRA
A traffic sign in a northern California town provides drivers with some rather confusing instructions: "Please Slow Drively." Some local residents believe the words were intentionally misspelled to draw the attention of the readers.
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NBC10 Philadelphia
This misspelled road sign in Pennsylvania has led to plenty of laughs from drivers and it will cost $1200 to fix. The sign is supposed to read “Ephrata,” the name of the borough.
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NBC Bay Area
Instead of directing drivers to Milpitas off state route 237 in California, this sign directs them to "Milipitas," with an extra "i."
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NBCNewYork
This glaring misspelling on a street outside a New York high school went unreported for months.
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Another painted road sign near a Florida elementary school was misspelled "scohol" instead of school.
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NBCConnecticut.com
A misspelled sign in Enfield has since been fixed.
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