- An overwhelming majority of those surveyed (80%) think digital signs are good tools for communicating public safety messages. Two of three respondents said they would be concerned if digital signs were turned off; 27% of all respondents expressed they would be "very concerned."
- More than 60% of those surveyed support a proposal allowing for a number of digital signs in return for the removal of a number of traditional billboards, and generating revenue for the city while preserving public safety alerts.
- A plurality of residents, 48%, opposes turning off the city's existing digital signs. A minority, 34%, supports turning off the signs.
Majority Of Angelenos Support New City Ordinance For Regulated Use Of Digital Signs; Want Critical Public Safety Benefits To Be Preserved
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