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  • WompWomp

    It costs money to send someone out to replace/update ads, so unless the owner resells that space, it usually does not make financial sense to replace ads of this nature (where the advertiser is not getting any useful increased exposure).

  • nevermindtheend

    If it’s a bus stop shelter within DC, the city is responsible for it.

    • textdoc

      I believe ClearChannel (or whatever they’re called now) is responsible for the building/maintaining shelters themselves, and in exchange they pay nothing for the advertising space.

      • saf

        That is correct.

  • anon

    Any reminder of this requirement is OK by me. Maybe the fact that it is so out of place will actually make it stick in people’s minds. Although I doubt my neighbors would read it even if I laminated it on their front doors. (funny thing, I initially mis-typed “neighbors” as “neighbros” – 100% accurate for the worst offenders on my block)

    • MsSunshine

      +! NeighBROS (with the trucks they cannot parallel park on the left side of the street, where their house is) are across from me, too!


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