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|Designer(s)||Karl Petter Sandbæk|
Trafikkalfabetet (English: the traffic alphabet) is the name of a sans-serif typeface family for road signs and license plates for cars (until 2002) in Norway. Developed in 1965 by Karl Petter Sandbæk, it was digitised in 2006 by Jacob Øvergaard.
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