"Roadtrip is a headed upper case font based around the word systematic. Originally inspired by the way roads create paths and shapes when displayed on maps but later developed to exhibit the actual markings on the Highways in the UK. Each letter is made up from the same set of blocks to form the shape, then finished with individual markings. The individual markings also add extra shape and structure to the letters"
Published: 18th September, 2008
Last edited: 16th June, 2009
Created: 16th September, 2008
Warning Road Signs (Triangular). ASCII 33 to 102 are in DfT Diagram order. Part 2 of set. See Road Signs for Regulatory and Information signs. This is a clone of Road Signs
Published: 16th September, 2008
Last edited: 15th June, 2009
Created: 13th September, 2008
UK Road Signs. ASCII 33 to 114 in order of the DOT diagram numbers. Check pattern represents red.
Chevrons and lane markings are spaced to butt together.
See RoadSigns2 for the other half!This is a clone