Transportation

Federal Highway Administration Asks Texas To Halt I-45 Expansion, As Harris County Sues TxDOT

Posted on · In its letter, the FHWA said it was acting in response to public input on the state's project -- which would widen I-45 in three segments from downtown Houston to Beltway 8 -- raising concerns under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Houston Matters

A Fight Over Fonts on Highways Signs — and Why You Should Care

Posted on · Highway signs are carefully regulated. They have to be a certain height and color. Most importantly, of course, they have to be as legible as possible, and that’s why there are standard rules for lettering. Back in 2004, Texas and some other states opted to use a new, independently designed font called Clearview instead of […]

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Highway Fonts and Convict Leasing: Wednesday’s Show (March 23, 2016)

Posted on · Highway signs are carefully regulated. They have to be a certain height and color. Most importantly, of course, they have to be as legible as possible, and that’s why there are standard rules for lettering. Back in 2004, Texas and some other states opted to use a new, independently designed font called Clearview instead of […]