In the twists of Ohio the highway departments found it necessary to mark all the curves with orange delineators (signs) mounted on steel posts every 50 feet through the entire length of the curve. As I remember curves could be judged by the posted speed when approaching the curve and the size of the sign. I wonder if this new "safety" design is part of the Uniform Code or just a state issue. My opinion is that they have placed more hazards to the motorists as if one does go off the curve there are many more targets to hit and be injured or worse by the non-breakaway steel posts. Anyone noticed this?