Russian road sign font
The Font which used for road signs in USSR and Russia. It was described in Soviet state standard GOST 10807-78 and in modern Russian state standard GOST R 52290-2004.
GOST R 52290-2004 contains samples of 140 glyphs placed on coordinate grid, GOST 10807-78 describes 420 glyphs, same as above plus letters from non-Russian alphabets used in USSR and Russia. By January 9, 2019 this font contains 1099 characters including:
- Digits and punctuation signs: 20 glyphs + 2 references = 22 of 22 defined in GOST
- Latin alphabet: 51 (+43) = 94 of 94
- Cyrillic alphabet: 97 (+64) = 161 of 161
Additional glyphs which are not described by specified standards:
- Digits and punctuation signs: 38 (+67) = 105
- Latin alphabet and IPA: 38 (+442) = 480
- Cyrillic alphabet: 33 (+30) = 63
- Greek alphabet: 13 (+135) = 148
- other: 15 (+4) = 19
Font contains all digits (normal size, subscript, superscript) and letters of Cyrillic and Latin alphabets as described in standards. Also font contains full visible part of ASCII and some icons.
Abaza, Abkhasian, Adyghe, Aghul, Altai, Avar, Azerbaijani (Cyrillic and Latin), Bashkir, Bulgarian, Buryat, Byelorussian, Chechen, Chukchi, Chuvash, Crimean Tatar (Cyrillic), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dargin, Dolgan, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Even, Evenki, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Ingush, Italian, Kabardian, Kalmyk, Karachay Balkar, Karelian, Kazakh, Khakassian, Khanty, Kirghiz, Komi, Kumyk, Lak, Latin, Latvian, Lezgian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Mansi, Mari (with Hill Mari), Moldovan (Cyrillic and Latin), Mongol, Mordvinic, Nenets, Nogai, Norwegian, Ossetian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian (modern and pre-Revolution), Rutul, Selkup, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish, Tabasaran, Tadjik, Tat, Tatar, Tsakhur, Turkish, Turkmen (Cyrillic and Latin), Tuvan, Udmurt, Ukrainian, Uzbek (Cyrillic and Latin), Veps, Yakut.
Design: Alexander Sapozhnikov
Publisher: Alexander Sapozhnikov
Copyright 2013-2020 by Alexander Sapozhnikov. All Rights Reserved.
Russian designer of the Russian Road Sign Font (2013), in which the Cyrillic part is based on standards GOST 10807-78 and GOST R 52290-2004. This font is used on Russian road signs.
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