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Lawmaker pushes for newer, electronic signage on I-75 to increase safety

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State Representative Keith Perry speaking about proposed amendment for newer electronic signage on I-75 on Tuesday (photo by Maria Tridas)” credit=” 

State Representative Keith Perry held a press conference this afternoon to discuss plans for making the roadways safer in lieu of the horrific multi-car accident last week on Interstate-75. As Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Maria Tridas reports, Perry wants to see new technology utilized on signs on both ends of Payne’s Prairie.

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