DOT issues final ruling on Indiana time zones

Paul Schauble Paul.Schauble at
Thu Jan 19 01:38:37 UTC 2006

Since this is in the spring, shouldn't that last change be from 2AM CST to


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Subject: DOT issues final ruling on Indiana time zones

assuming I'm interpreting everything correctly. The DOT doesn't specify
whether Starke county switch to Central Time at the appropriate time for its
old or new time zone, but I'm assuming the old here. That leads to it
falling back from 2:00AM EST to 1:00AM CST, and then again from 2:00AM CST
to 1:00AM CST. If that makes people nervous, then the transition would need
to be at 3:00 AM.

Deborah Goldsmith
Internationalization, Unicode liaison
Apple Computer, Inc.
goldsmit at

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