There are lots of websites out there that can keep us roadgeeks occupied for months. Many of these are so informative, in fact, that much of the information on this site comes from these other websites. Therefore, I have decided to combine the credits and links pages.
Robert V. Droz has a website which contains an unbelievable amount of information on US highways. Most of my information on US highways comes from his site. His site also contains hundreds of links to every kind of roadgeek site imaginable, including sites for other states' highways much like my website.
Dale Sanderson's roadgeek website, in addition to containing the US highway endpoint information used on my site, also has photos of nearly every US highway endpoint, both present and historic (and if he doesn't have it, maybe you could help him out!), as well as some other very interesting pages. I consider his Lewiston page to be the definitive source on highways in Lewiston. This was actually the first roadgeek website I ever encountered. (Before that, I thought something was seriously wrong with me. Now I know that is the case, but at least I'm not alone.)
I have adapted my route markers from James P. Lin's Route Markers website. The font I used for the signs is from the Roadgeek series; you can download all the Roadgeek fonts here. If you have downloaded the fonts and installed them, you will also notice the entire text of the website is in Roadgeek 2005 Series E.
Finally, a site which gave me no information, but is very fascinating anyway. Kurumi.com has pages on interchanges and Connecticut highways. However, the main attractions of this site are the SignMaker and TrippyDrive '71 Java programs (I only hope he's not prophetic about I-99!).
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