After repeatedly having mile marker signs 69 and 420 stolen from it’s roads and interstates, the Washington Department of Transportation has come up with an interesting solution. Earlier this month the state started rolling out Mile 68.9 and Mile 419.9 signs along highways and interstates. Officials insist the signs cost about $1,000 each, which itself seems even more ridiculous than their decimal point solution. It’s also unclear if the signs will stop theft —  some Washingtonians are worried that thieves will grab the new signs to add to their collection.