Freight Sans includes two forms of capital J, both of which rest upon the baseline. For initial usage and for titling settings, the alternate form of J is rather narrow.
Freight Sans contains simple forms of lowercase ‘a’ and ‘g’.
Freight Sans contains both upper- and lowercase figures.
Freight Sans’s uppercase figures are of common width. All uppercase figures align consistently in all weights of Freight Sans, Freight Micro, and Freight Text.
The default en- and em-dashes are sized and spaced for ease of use in text. Full-en and -em versions (for purists, and for setting consecutive dashes) reside in the small capitals fonts.
In addition to standard ligatures for fi and fl, ff, ffi, and ffl are provided.
Historically-accurate upright versions of the parentheses, brackets, and braces are included in Freight Sans’ italic fonts. Additional spacing is included to avoid collisions.