Thanks to tourists continually removing the landmark sign, Colorado’s infamous 420 mile marker on I-70 no longer exists; in its stead is a 419.99 marker.
— BuzzFeed (@BuzzFeed) January 11, 2014
But throughout this year’s 4/20 celebration, locals and visitors alike will have the chance to nab miniature “Mile 420” signs dispersed throughout 4/20 events in the Denver area. In a joint effort, the popular transportation app Lyft and the Colorado Transportation Department (CDOT) will give $42 of safe riding credit to anyone who finds a mini “Mile 420” sign. Each sign will be equipped with a redeemable promo code.
Colorado will also be posting large, 3D candy bar signs to inform users on the dangers of riding high after eating edible cannabis products. Those signs will all ready “Plan a Ride Before You Bite Back.”
To discover the signs, you’ll have to be present at an event or location where the partnership will take place:
The edible display will appear for the first time at Tru Cannabis – Mile High from 4-7 p.m. on Tuesday,…