Designing road signs for cities is a complex task due to the large volume and variety of road signage required. Effective signage that clearly communicates street and highway directions and guides traffic in a timely manner can make a significant difference in ensuring safety and peace of mind for all road users and to minimize collisions and fatalities.
However, designing a multitude of signs can be a time-consuming process if done traditionally. Our guest speaker, Richard Perez from 3D Highway Engineering, talks about his personal experience using GuideSIGN to design both highway and road signs using the City of Orlando as an example, and demonstrates how you can create complex signs in a jiffy, including brand new ones you might not have even known existed.
Richard Perez (CET), Chief Transportation Designer, 3D Highway Engineering
Richard Perez has been designing Florida highways for more than 35 years. He has designed everything from complex interstate interchanges to two lane rural roads. 3D Highway Engineering is a full Highway Engineering Consulting company with a highly skilled and motivated Training Division. 3D Highway Engineering has become one of the leaders in the nation with 3D modeling software and highway design. Richard has been a GuideSign user since the 1990s with over 25 years of experience with the software.