Lettering based on the older passenger information displays seen on the London Underground Bakerloo and Circle lines.
Lettering based on the typical-style London Underground platform passenger information display.
Based on the lettering used for the original London Underground Jubilee line Extension station Passenger Information System.
Found on London Underground stations.
UPDATE [31 DEC 2022]: "?" has been added.
UPDATE [02 APR 2022]: "y" has been fixed.
This typeface is based around the word SYSTEMATIC. Systematic is something that is acted upon according to a set plan. The main inspiration for this typeface has come from Harry Beck’s London Underground Map. First published in 1933, Beck's map has now been used to show many different transport routes for different cities across the globe. The typeface itself is very angular and includes very little curves throughout. Although the letterforms aren’t reflective of any geographical locations, each letter reflects both the stations and the railway lines from Beck’s map.