NYSDOT Region 4 (Rochester) recently installed several expressway and freeway post-interchange signs using 8-inch Series D lettering. I think this is an excellent balance of motorist information with fiscal responsibility and I would encourage this to be the standard throughout the Empire State.
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This site created and maintained by J.P. Wing and is not affiliated with the New York State Department of Transportation or the New York State Thruway Authority. The majority of graphics have been created by the author, some graphics are via sources on the web (and credited accordingly) or by photos provided by author. Sign graphics use the official FHWA typeface available from Page Studio Graphics. There are slight differences between this and the Roadgeek Series of fonts (which are used on the exit guides due to availability purposes), especially FHWA Series D in mixed case. I don't have the money nor the interest in purchasing the official set of Clearview fonts, I rely on the Roadgeek font series for those. Interstate shield graphics, "<- New!" graphic and some cultural, destination and facility symbols courtesy of Richard Moeur's site . US and New York state route template courtesy of Chris Jordan. The exit guide lists are inspired by the format on Arizona Roads . The "N Y Routes" link will lead you off site to Mark Sinsabaugh's site . His listing is the most accurate and his haircut is top notch. "The Roads of New York" and "Empire State Roads" will take you off-site as well. Special mention goes to the folks at the New York State Department of Transportation and the New York State Thruway Authority for their assistance. Additional site credits can be found here.