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Some ‘I Love NY’ signs to be relocated as part of new agreement

Amid an agreement by New York State and the federal government regarding the “I Love NY” signs, the State DOT is giving a glimpse at what’s ahead.

In a statement, a spokesperson for the DOT said the agreement permits signs near historic or cultural attractions throughout the state to remain, while “follow-up” signs will be rebranded and relocated.

Some of those signs could be moved to state parks, rest stops and other locations.

Last week, the DOT and Thruway announced an agreement had been reached which would see some of the “I Love NY” signs remain as part of an experimental advertisement campaign.

It is not yet clear exactly how many signs will be relocated, and how many will remain in place.

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