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Even IF the signs need to be replaced  -whats the logic in replacing the poles not just the sign?

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so let's replace signs that are NOT broken

 

but there is little money for education, health, ...

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the thing I noticed was the 8* gradient signs. There's no way that stretch of road is 8% gradient, more like 2 - 3% gradient. Also the only gradient signs I've seen in LOS are ALL 8% even on roads that are far steeper, 15%, 25% etc.

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1 hour ago, TigerandDog said:

the thing I noticed was the 8* gradient signs. There's no way that stretch of road is 8% gradient, more like 2 - 3% gradient. Also the only gradient signs I've seen in LOS are ALL 8% even on roads that are far steeper, 15%, 25% etc.

I've been on said road. It's very flat with a very minor incline as you say. However, further up you do get very steep inclines, as you go from 200 or 300m in elevation (which is the elevation of the area where the photo was taken) all the way up to 1300m+ (I think possibly even 1600m) as you wind your way up to Umphang.

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