What font is used for traffic signs?

27th of April 2010 2

What font is used for traffic signs?

What font is used for the traffic signs on freeways and roads?

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  1. paul j 12:17 am 28/04 of 2010

    big ones

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  2. eaphenom 12:54 am 28/04 of 2010

    The FHWA Series fonts are a set of “sans-serif” typefaces developed by the United States Federal Highway Administration and used for all road signage in the U.S. and Canada. The fonts were originally published in the 1950’s. The fonts were created to maximize legibility at a distance and at high speed. Over the next few decades, the new “Clearview” typeface, also specifically developed for use on traffic signs, is expected to replace the FHWA series on some new signage.

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