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CO: CO 233 unsigned
« on: August 29, 2020, 11:51:53 pm »
I drove it earlier today.  No CO 233 signage on the route itself (Baxter Rd.), US 50, or US 50 Business, in either direction.

The nearby parallel CO 231 is fully signed.

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Re: CO: CO 233 unsigned
« Reply #1 on: August 31, 2020, 08:22:20 pm »
Didn't see your post before I sent something also.  Did you see anything for 227 in Pueblo?  I didn't see anything at all catching it from Business 50 north to CO96.

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Re: CO: CO 233 unsigned
« Reply #2 on: September 01, 2020, 08:12:21 pm »
I drove it earlier today.  No CO 233 signage on the route itself (Baxter Rd.), US 50, or US 50 Business, in either direction.

The nearby parallel CO 231 is fully signed.
That's cause it no longer exists! (at least according to the data explorer)

https://dtdapps.coloradodot.info/otis/HighwayData

Didn't see your post before I sent something also.  Did you see anything for 227 in Pueblo?  I didn't see anything at all catching it from Business 50 north to CO96.

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According to the explorer, the only state-maintained part is from 50B to the end of the ramps (about 0.3 mi); it looks like they removed all signage for 227 back in 2015 or so. I'm comfortable taking it out if no one else has a problem with it.
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Re: CO: CO 233 unsigned
« Reply #3 on: September 01, 2020, 11:20:36 pm »
Quote from: the_spui_ninja link=topic=3792.msg20355#msg20355 date=1599005541
[quote author=jayhawkco link=topic=3792.msg20344#msg20344 date=1598919740
Didn't see your post before I sent something also.  Did you see anything for 227 in Pueblo?  I didn't see anything at all catching it from Business 50 north to CO96.

Chris
According to the explorer, the only state-maintained part is from 50B to the end of the ramps (about 0.3 mi); it looks like they removed all signage for 227 back in 2015 or so. I'm comfortable taking it out if no one else has a problem with it.
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As nice of a ramp as it was, nothing exciting that would make anyone "want" to clinch it.  Give it the boot.

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Re: CO: CO 233 unsigned
« Reply #4 on: September 01, 2020, 11:44:06 pm »
I drove CO 227 as displayed in the HB earlier today, on my way out of Colorado (right now, at the Kansas border heading east). Similar to CO 233, no CO 227 signage anywhere on the route itself, or CO 96 or US 50 Bus.
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Re: CO: CO 233 unsigned
« Reply #5 on: September 02, 2020, 07:46:35 pm »
Neato, I'll axe it.

Since we're on Pueblo here, I noticed that the HB has 50B following Santa Fe St. through downtown to Exit 99B, the data explorer has 50B following Santa Fe St. to CO 96, and signage (per Google Maps) has 50B merging with I-25 at Exit 98A and skipping downtown entirely.

I'm leaning toward moving it to the Interstate right now.
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Re: CO: CO 233 unsigned
« Reply #6 on: September 03, 2020, 01:53:09 am »
Neato, I'll axe it.

Since we're on Pueblo here, I noticed that the HB has 50B following Santa Fe St. through downtown to Exit 99B, the data explorer has 50B following Santa Fe St. to CO 96, and signage (per Google Maps) has 50B merging with I-25 at Exit 98A and skipping downtown entirely.

I'm leaning toward moving it to the Interstate right now.

That is correct based on my experience.

Chris