This will be a multi-step process. You will need to
Tightly select all of the wires that you want to remain, and move them to a new layer.
Do some careful work with cloning, patching and content-aware fills to remove the existing pedestrian lines.
Create your text and use the various distort tools to match the angle you want, and fill with sampled color.
Use a bit of grain and blur (and possibly a small amount of transparency) to make the text blend with the underlying photo.
Can you show what you have tried so far?
You can minimise the cloning by offsetting a duplicate of the layer and adding a layer mask hiding all. Then painting in some of the road from that offset layer over the white lines. In the example below I did this twice.
There was still some cloning required.
Place the text in a smart object then warp and distort it. Add a mask filled with noise and paint some of the text edges on the mask with black to make it look a little street worn
A gradient fill clipped to the text layer helps match the lighting
Finally another duplicate of the background - this time with no offset but with a mask revealing any missing wire sections
I hope that helps to get you started