Tratex

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Tratex
Tratex font sample.png
CategorySans-serif
ClassificationGeometric sans-serif
Designer(s)Karl-Gustav Gustafson
FoundryVägverket
Tratex Svart.svg
Sample

Tratex (earlier called GePos) is a geometric sans-serif typeface family for road signs in Sweden. It was developed for maximal readability in traffic, and designed by Karl-Gustaf Gustafsson (known as Kåge Gustafsson).[1]

Since 2014, Tratex has also been used on road signs in the Swedish-speaking autonomous region of Åland in Finland.[2]

Tratex also contains Sami characters. It is free to download and use for illustrations and prints.

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  1. ^ GP: I djungeln av vägvisare Archived 2012-10-12 at the Wayback Machine (in Swedish), read May 30, 2013.
  2. ^ "LANDSKAPSFÖRORDNING om ändring av landskapsförordningen om vägmärken" (PDF).

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