Why do Stanford's signs only cover North Palo Alto?
Original post made by Midtown resident, Midtown, on Mar 1, 2007
What I'm curious about is why do the signs come to a dead stop at Oregon Expressway? There is not a single sign in South Palo Alto. Is there a reason for this? Given the amount of signage, it seems they could have spared a few signs for us poor un-cultured southies.
Any ideas why this might have happened?
PS Menlo Park is also not included. The signs stop right after Stanford Mall.
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