FLORIDA STATE HIGHWAY MARKERS

STATE HIGHWAYS AND FREEWAYS

The state of Florida uses three variants of state highway shields for its state highways, a 2 digit, 3 digit and toll highway marker. Florida also has a special sheild it uses for several tollways including the most famous Florida's Turnpike. My conceptual highway shield includes Floridas famous crop at the top center of a stylized marker shield. on the upper portion of the sign, a rounded feature is centered at the top of a rectangular bumpout from the main body of the sign. This portion of the sign has a true orange colored background with black lettering "Florida Highway" separated by 2 oranges. The lower portion of the sign is pointed at the bottom and is retroreflective green with white lettering, and features an outline of the state.

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TOLL ROADS

The new conceptual tollway sheild takes the existing Florida Toll highway shield and restyles the florida outline just like the state highway sheild. It also adds the florida orange feature to the bottom of the marker. Like the existing marker, the word TOLL is still featured at the top of the sign. In both signs there are 2 and 3 digit variants even though the signs themselves are the same size. Highway signs are designed to be on an 18" by 18" (or 24" by 24" if desired) and the toll version 18" wide by 22.5" tall (or 24"wide by 30" tall if needed). On The two-digit variant like the entire state outline to be visible, on the three digit sign the third digit will overlap the western side of the states outline.

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