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For roadgeeks only: RIP Clearview

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by dixiehack, Jan 29, 2016.

  1. dixiehack

    dixiehack Well-Known Member

  2. Riptide

    Riptide Well-Known Member

    RIP, font. You were great in "The Client."
  3. Buck

    Buck Well-Known Member

    I'm not buying the explanation. Something's up.
  4. Buck

    Buck Well-Known Member

    Also, is this story of more interest to roadgeeks or design/font geeks?
    I am the latter but not the former.
  5. wicked

    wicked Well-Known Member

    At least in my neck of the woods, I don't remember seeing many signs switch over from Highway Gothic.
  6. apeman33

    apeman33 Well-Known Member

    For the most part in Kansas, only the Turnpike Authority changed its signs to Clearview. KDOT stayed with Highway Gothic but has been slowly switching to mixed case on every road and not just divided highways, FWIW.
  7. Donny in his element

    Donny in his element Well-Known Member

    I, for one, am excited about the forthcoming highway shield discussion.
  8. Twirling Time

    Twirling Time Well-Known Member

    Texas will stay with Clearview just to gig the feds.
  9. SpeedTchr

    SpeedTchr Well-Known Member

    It outlived Abe Vigoda.
  10. mpcincal

    mpcincal Well-Known Member

    Just you watch: The Feds will contract the highway signage out to Nike, who will start putting green lettering on green signs because all the younger motorists think it looks cool.
  11. Starman

    Starman Well-Known Member

    Texas will go with Comic Sans All Block Caps because Jeebus says so.
  12. Batman

    Batman Well-Known Member

    Protestors in Missouri are already planning rallies to support a black-on-black color scheme.
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