This sounds like something that the state of Ohio would pull of but New Jersey?

The Department of Transportation for the state of New Jersey has made a little mistake on some new highway signs along Route 37 with the misspelling of a town in the state. This is the fourth time that something like this has happened.

The road sign reads "Lavalette Keep Right" but the town is spelled Lavallette. Other mistakes that have happened over the years is the letters "i" and "a" switched around in the spelling of the town Mount Ephraim and a town called Pattenburg was done as Pattenbug. How embarrassing.

A spokesperson for the DOT has said that construction workers noticed the misspelling after the signs were installed and that a contractor is in the process of fixing the mistake. Looks like they might want to have a spell checker prior to making the next batch of signs.

Source: NBCnewyork.com