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  • Tratex Tratex

    Tratex is a geometric sans-serif typeface family for road signs in Sweden. It was developed for maximal readability in traffic, and designed by Karl-Gustaf G...

  • Transport (typeface) Transport (typeface)

    Transport is a sans serif typeface first designed for road signs in the United Kingdom. It was created between 1957 and 1963 by Jock Kinneir and Margaret Cal...

  • Toronto Subway (typeface) Toronto Subway (typeface)

    Toronto Subway is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed for the original section of the Toronto Transit Commission’s Yonge subway. It is today used at sta...

  • Sweden Sans Sweden Sans

    Sweden Sans is a sans-serif typeface developed by Soderhavet design agency for exclusive use by Swedish government ministries, agencies and corporations. Mor...

  • SNV (typeface) SNV (typeface)

    SNV is a sans-serif typeface used on road signs in several European countries. It was originally defined by the Association of Swiss Road Traffic Experts and...

  • Rail Alphabet Rail Alphabet

    Rail Alphabet is a typeface designed by Jock Kinneir and Margaret Calvert for British Railways. First used at Liverpool Street station, it was then adopted b...

  • List of public signage typefaces List of public signage typefaces

    This is a list of typefaces which are separated into groups by distinct artistic differences. The list includes typefaces that have articles or that are corr...

  • Parisine Parisine

    Parisine is a typeface created by Jean-François Porchez. Distributed by Typofonderie. It is used in Paris Metro, tramways, buses and RER parts operated by th...

  • NPS Rawlinson Roadway NPS Rawlinson Roadway

    NPS Rawlinson Roadway is an old style serif typeface currently used on the United States National Park Services road signs. It was created by Terminal Design...

  • Network (typeface) Network (typeface)

    Network is a sans-serif typeface originally created by Monotype for use on the transport network in the Birmingham/West Midlands metropolitan area in the Uni...

  • National fonts National fonts

    Thai National fonts, or colloquially SIPA fonts, are a group of thirteen Thai-Roman fonts distributed and used by the Government of Thailand as public and of...

  • Mandatory (typeface) Mandatory (typeface)

    Mandatory is a typeface developed from the Charles Wright typeface, introduced for use on vehicle registration plates of the United Kingdom. Its block letter...

  • LLM Lettering LLM Lettering

    LLM Lettering is a set of sans-serif typefaces developed by the Malaysian Highway Authority and used for road signage on expressways in Malaysia. The font wa...

  • Johnston (typeface) Johnston (typeface)

    Johnston is a sans-serif typeface designed by and named after Edward Johnston. The typeface was commissioned in 1913 by Frank Pick, commercial manager of the...

  • Highway Gothic Highway Gothic

    Highway Gothic is a set of sans-serif typefaces developed by the United States Federal Highway Administration and used for road signage in the Americas, incl...

  • Helvetica Helvetica

    Helvetica or Neue Haas Grotesk is a widely used sans-serif typeface developed in 1957 by Swiss typeface designer Max Miedinger with input from Eduard Hoffman...

  • Futura (typeface) Futura (typeface)

    Futura is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Paul Renner and released in 1927. It was designed as a contribution on the New Frankfurt-project. It is...

  • FF Meta FF Meta

    FF Meta is a humanist sans-serif typeface family designed by Erik Spiekermann and released in 1991 through his FontFont library. According to Spiekermann, FF...

  • FE-Schrift FE-Schrift

    The FE-Schrift or Falschungserschwerende Schrift is a sans serif typeface introduced for use on licence plates. Its monospaced letters and numbers are slight...

  • Esseltub Esseltub

    Esseltub is the name of a typeface family used in the Stockholm Metro. It was designed by Stig Åke Moller and digitalised by Bo Berndal. In the 1980s it was ...

  • Dubai (typeface) Dubai (typeface)

    Dubai is a sans-serif typeface commissioned by the Government of Dubai in partnership with Microsoft and designed by a six-member team led by Nadine Chahine ...

  • Drogowskaz Drogowskaz

    Drogowskaz is a geometric sans-serif typeface used in public signage in Poland. Originally developed in 1975 by Marek Sigmund for the Ministry of Transportat...

  • DIN 1451 DIN 1451

    DIN 1451 is a sans-serif typeface that is widely used for traffic, administrative and technical applications. It was defined by the German standards body DIN...

  • Clearview (typeface) Clearview (typeface)

    Clearview, also known as Clearview Hwy, is the name of a humanist sans-serif typeface family for guide signs on roads in the United States. It has also been ...

  • Clarendon (typeface) Clarendon (typeface)

    Clarendon is the name of a slab-serif typeface that was released in 1845 by Thorowgood and Co. of London, a letter foundry often known as the Fann Street Fou...

  • Cartier (typeface) Cartier (typeface)

    Cartier is a family of serif old style typefaces designed by Carl Dair in 1967, who was commissioned by the Governor General of Canada-in-Council to create a...

  • Brusseline Brusseline

    Brusseline is a custom typeface developed in 2006 by Eric de Berranger for the signage of the Brussels public transport network managing metro, pre-metro and...

  • Austria (typeface) Austria (typeface)

    Austria was the typeface formerly used on all official road signage in Austria made prior to 2010. A modified version of its German counterpart DIN 1451, it ...

Government typefaces

Transport typefaces are the only ones allowed on UK road signs except for motorway signs, where route numbers appear in their own separate typeface known
developed constantly. The art and craft of designing typefaces is called type design. Designers of typefaces are called type designers and are often employed
This is a list of typefaces used for signage in public areas, such as roads and airports. Typefaces used on North American traffic signs Road signs in
Johnston s work originated the genre of the humanist sans - serif typeface typefaces that are sans - serif but take inspiration from traditional serif fonts
foundry adopted the DIN typefaces for their optomechanical phototype setting systems such as Staromat. In 1980, the DIN typefaces were redrawn by Adolf
lettering and typefaces originated in Britain in the early nineteenth century, at a time of rapid development of new, bolder typefaces for posters and
Austria was the typeface formerly used on all official road signage in Austria made prior to 2010. A modified version of its German counterpart DIN 1451
Cartier is a family of serif old style typefaces designed by Carl Dair in 1967, who was commissioned by the Governor General of Canada - in - Council to create
Gill Sans, the Toronto Subway Font is based on Futura. Somewhat similar typefaces include Johnston used by Transport for London Verlag, Bernhard Gothic

Highway Administration FHWA It was once expected to replace the FHWA typefaces in many applications, although newer studies of its effectiveness have
in regards to weight typeface with special attention to producing unmistakable characters. Whereas traditionally, typefaces are designed to be viewed
FHWA Series E FHWA Series F Button copy Clearview typeface List of public signage typefaces Typefaces used on North American traffic signs Loutzenheiser
LL Circular by Lineto as the primary typeface Public signage typefaces Johnston typeface - the iconic typeface in use by Transport for London, in a
models of signpainting, condensed lettering and nineteenth - century serif typefaces in favour of simple geometric forms: near - perfect circles, triangles
Mandatory is a typeface developed from the Charles Wright typeface introduced for use on vehicle registration plates of the United Kingdom. Its block
its use of single - story lowercase a distinguishes the typeface from most other signage typefaces Leading to type size ratio for this font equals 4: 3
NPS Rawlinson Roadway is an old style serif typeface currently used on the United States National Park Service s road signs. It was created by Terminal
Dubai is a sans - serif typeface commissioned by the Government of Dubai in partnership with Microsoft and designed by a six - member team led by Nadine Chahine

digitised in 2006 by Jacob Overgaard. On a road sign On a road sign Norske typografiske skrifter - en kronologi in Norwegian Public signage typefaces
Alphabet Transport Another typeface designed by Kinneir Calvert, for use on UK road signs. List of public signage typefaces Design Museum - Jock Kinneir
Metal Typefaces of the Twentieth Century, Oak Knoll Books, New Castle Delaware, 1993, ISBN 0 - 938768 - 34 - 4, pp. 84 - 89. W.F. Wheatley, Typeface Analogue
free to download and use for illustrations and prints. Public signage typefaces GP: I djungeln av vagvisare Archived 2012 - 10 - 12 at the Wayback Machine
LLM Lettering is a set of sans - serif typefaces developed by the Malaysian Highway Authority Lembaga Lebuhraya Malaysia, LLM and used for road signage
of Canada logo UK government publication 1964 poster for Les Diaboliques Helvetica is among the most widely used sans - serif typefaces Versions exist for
contrast found in contemporary French typefaces cut for Firmin Didot, commissioned Austin to produce a new typeface to be sold by his British Letter Foundry
Fournier is the name commonly applied to typefaces which are based on the typefaces of Parisian typefounder Pierre - Simon Fournier around the 1740s. Created
designed the typefaces President, Meridien, and Ondine. In addition, Charles Peignot set Frutiger to work upon converting extant typefaces for the new
machines as the decade was the same that saw the development of other typefaces for optical character recognition, namely OCR - A and OCR - B. The RAF terrorism
was to create typefaces for Eastern Germany and other Eastern Bloc countries. It was frequently ordered to plagiarise Western typefaces that Zentrag could
create rational, almost neutral typefaces In 1957 the release of Helvetica, Univers, and Folio, the first typefaces categorized as neo - grotesque, had

Austria (typeface)

Austria was the typeface formerly used on all official road signage in Austria made prior to 2010. A modified version of its German counterpart DIN 1451, it ...

Brusseline

Brusseline is a custom typeface developed in 2006 by Eric de Berranger for the signage of the Brussels public transport network managing metro, pre-metro and...

Cartier (typeface)

Cartier is a family of serif old style typefaces designed by Carl Dair in 1967, who was commissioned by the Governor General of Canada-in-Council to create a...

Clarendon (typeface)

Clarendon is the name of a slab-serif typeface that was released in 1845 by Thorowgood and Co. of London, a letter foundry often known as the Fann Street Fou...

Clearview (typeface)

Clearview, also known as Clearview Hwy, is the name of a humanist sans-serif typeface family for guide signs on roads in the United States. It has also been ...

DIN 1451

DIN 1451 is a sans-serif typeface that is widely used for traffic, administrative and technical applications. It was defined by the German standards body DIN...

Drogowskaz

Drogowskaz is a geometric sans-serif typeface used in public signage in Poland. Originally developed in 1975 by Marek Sigmund for the Ministry of Transportat...

Dubai (typeface)

Dubai is a sans-serif typeface commissioned by the Government of Dubai in partnership with Microsoft and designed by a six-member team led by Nadine Chahine ...

Esseltub

Esseltub is the name of a typeface family used in the Stockholm Metro. It was designed by Stig Åke Moller and digitalised by Bo Berndal. In the 1980s it was ...

FE-Schrift

The FE-Schrift or Falschungserschwerende Schrift is a sans serif typeface introduced for use on licence plates. Its monospaced letters and numbers are slight...

FF Meta

FF Meta is a humanist sans-serif typeface family designed by Erik Spiekermann and released in 1991 through his FontFont library. According to Spiekermann, FF...

Futura (typeface)

Futura is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Paul Renner and released in 1927. It was designed as a contribution on the New Frankfurt-project. It is...

Helvetica

Helvetica or Neue Haas Grotesk is a widely used sans-serif typeface developed in 1957 by Swiss typeface designer Max Miedinger with input from Eduard Hoffman...

Highway Gothic

Highway Gothic is a set of sans-serif typefaces developed by the United States Federal Highway Administration and used for road signage in the Americas, incl...

Johnston (typeface)

Johnston is a sans-serif typeface designed by and named after Edward Johnston. The typeface was commissioned in 1913 by Frank Pick, commercial manager of the...

LLM Lettering

LLM Lettering is a set of sans-serif typefaces developed by the Malaysian Highway Authority and used for road signage on expressways in Malaysia. The font wa...

Mandatory (typeface)

Mandatory is a typeface developed from the Charles Wright typeface, introduced for use on vehicle registration plates of the United Kingdom. Its block letter...

National fonts

Thai National fonts, or colloquially SIPA fonts, are a group of thirteen Thai-Roman fonts distributed and used by the Government of Thailand as public and of...

Network (typeface)

Network is a sans-serif typeface originally created by Monotype for use on the transport network in the Birmingham/West Midlands metropolitan area in the Uni...

NPS Rawlinson Roadway

NPS Rawlinson Roadway is an old style serif typeface currently used on the United States National Park Services road signs. It was created by Terminal Design...

Parisine

Parisine is a typeface created by Jean-François Porchez. Distributed by Typofonderie. It is used in Paris Metro, tramways, buses and RER parts operated by th...

List of public signage typefaces

This is a list of typefaces which are separated into groups by distinct artistic differences. The list includes typefaces that have articles or that are corr...

Rail Alphabet

Rail Alphabet is a typeface designed by Jock Kinneir and Margaret Calvert for British Railways. First used at Liverpool Street station, it was then adopted b...

SNV (typeface)

SNV is a sans-serif typeface used on road signs in several European countries. It was originally defined by the Association of Swiss Road Traffic Experts and...

Sweden Sans

Sweden Sans is a sans-serif typeface developed by Soderhavet design agency for exclusive use by Swedish government ministries, agencies and corporations. Mor...

Toronto Subway (typeface)

Toronto Subway is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed for the original section of the Toronto Transit Commission’s Yonge subway. It is today used at sta...

Trafikkalfabetet

Trafikkalfabetet is a sans-serif typeface family for road signs and license plates for cars in Norway. Developed in 1965 by Karl Petter Sandbæk, it was digit...

Transport (typeface)

Transport is a sans serif typeface first designed for road signs in the United Kingdom. It was created between 1957 and 1963 by Jock Kinneir and Margaret Cal...

Tratex

Tratex is a geometric sans-serif typeface family for road signs in Sweden. It was developed for maximal readability in traffic, and designed by Karl-Gustaf G...