A divided highways sign, which is often used by motorists to help the highway speed up, could soon be a symbol for a major medical care system.
The federal government has been debating whether to remove a highway sign on I-395 north of Denver that depicts a red cross and the words “Divided Highway” from the highway.
The sign has drawn criticism from both sides of the debate.
The Colorado Department of Transportation said it had received numerous complaints about the sign.
The sign is an extension of an existing sign, but the department said it has no plans to remove it, even though it is being used by drivers to help them make the interstate highway easier.
The department also said the signs are not a health insurance highway sign.