Originally Posted by davevv
You're saying there is a yield sign at the bottom of the exit ramp for people coming off an interstate highway?
Nope, I'm saying there's one at the top of the ramp.
In this case, the intersecting road (SR25/Highway 411) is higher than the interstate (I-20).
The yield signs I see, and they are at every off ramp, are always for the traffic on the service road to yield to the traffic coming off the ramp.
This is not a service road by the definition I am familiar with (a parallel road).
might make things clearer (or not). You also have to remember, this is Alabama. We don't necessarily do things based on sense. For example, this highlight
from when high gravity beer was being debated.