This list collects typefaces which are used for signage in subway stations around the world.
Font and Typography Lists:
Subway Typefaces (2019)
Originally created as typeface for the London subwayParisine was created as official parisian métro signage typeface.Used in the Amsterdam metroBased on Frutiger and used as a signage typeface for public transport in Berlin.A signage font developed for the Munich subwayTypeface of the subway in PragueBrusseline is a custom typeface developed in 2006 by Eric de Berranger for the signage of the Brussels public transport network (STIB-MIVB) managing metro, pre-metro and trams.Font used for the subway in LisboaTypeface for the Tyne and Wear Metro.Typeface for the subway in MoscowOne of the most widespread and ubiquitous typefaces of the second half of the twentieth century. It is still used, among innumerable other instances, for the signage of the New York City transit system.A custom typeface based on Helvetica and Standard (Akzident Grotesk) created by Dutch-Italian designer Bob Noorda for the signage of the Milan subway.