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Misspelled road sign draws funny tweet from TxDOT

Since the exchange, the sign has been corrected

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CUERO, Texas – Take a look at the Twitter photo of the road sign below. Do you notice anything... off or misspelled?

Twitter user James Keith tweeted Thursday to the Texas Department of Transportation about the misspelled road sign, which is located on a bridge in Cuero, Texas.

For reference, the sign should read, “Guadalupe River,” instead of “Gaudalupe River.”

TxDOT had quite the response for James in regards to the sign’s misspelling.

For more information on Texas roadways, visit TxDOT’s Twitter page by clicking

“Thank u fer brengin this too our attension. Were gunna fix it as soon as posibul!”

According to another Twitter user, Bryan Weaver, as of Friday, the road sign was fixed.

For more information on Texas roadways, visit TDOT’s Twitter page by clicking here or visit its website.


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