New York City Ends 30 Year Experiment With 'Don't Honk' Signs

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By the end of the year, New York City will remove all of the "Don't Honk" signs from city streets. Transportation officials say the signs are contributing to visual clutter. But critics say the city is tacitly admitting defeat in the war on noise.

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