The city of Little Rock has erased "Confederate Boulevard" from interstate highway signs. Replacing the signs are exit markers leading motorists to a road that honors a black community leader. Confederate Boulevard still runs north from Interstate 440 near the Little Rock Airport, but signs for Exit One now tout "Springer Boulevard," which runs south from I-440 and honors Horace Springer, who lived in the area. The Confederate Boulevard signs had been the first landmarks many saw after landing at the city`s airport. They were changed as Little Rock welcomed presidents, dignitaries and celebrities for the opening of Bill Clinton`s presidential library. Mayor Jim Dailey says the Confederate Boulevard signs were "bothersome" and that the city is continuing to try to -- quote -- "dispel those things that divide us."