make a full stop
An 8-sided red STOP sign indicates that you must make a full “STOP” whenever you see this sign. Stop at the white limit line or before entering the crosswalk. If a limit line or crosswalk is not painted on the street, stop before entering the intersection. Check traffic in all directions before proceeding.
Stop if children are in the crosswalk
slow down and prepare to stop
A 3-sided red YIELD sign indicates that you must slow down and be ready to stop, if necessary, to let any vehicle, bicyclist, or pedestrian pass before you proceed.
no right turn
When seeing this sign, the driver must not turn towards the right side of the road in any circumstance.
When seeing this sign, the drivers should be aware that they are approaching a roadway section where two-way traffic is in operation.
Do not cross the street
“Don’t Walk” or “Raised Hand” pedestrian traffic signal light means you may not start crossing the street.
new lane added
This sign indicates that a new lane is added to the main roadway for traffic entering from the side. Traffic entering the main road need not merge and can continue driving in the new lane.
The sign indicates that another road ahead will cross the path. It would be ideal to look left and right while crossing the traffic.
curve road ahead
This road sign suggests the driver to slow down and be prepared for the change in direction.
divided highway; keep to the right-hand road
This sign indicates a divided highway ahead, where a two-way traffic will be divided by a centre strip.
divided highway is ending; two-way traffic ahead
The sign indicates a two way-traffic will no longer be divided by a center strip.
This sign warns the driver that the right lane ends ahead.
beware of merging traffic
This sign indicates that two separate roadways will converge into one lane. It indicates which lane is merging into the other. Drivers on the main roadway should look out for merging vehicles.
This road sign warns drivers to be alert for anyone who might walk or run in front of their vehicles.
sharp turn ahead (right), reduce speed
This sign warns drivers that the road will turn sharply in the direction of the arrow. Thereby, it is necessary for the driver to reduce the speed of the vehicle.
stop ahead, slow down
This warning sign alerts drivers about a stop sign ahead. So, a driver should slow down and be prepared to stop.
side road from left
This warning intersection sign indicates a left side turn on the road in addition to the straight movement of the road.
traffic signal ahead
This warning sign alerts the driver look out for an intersection or a stop light ahead.
winding road ahead; slow down
The warning sign indicates a series of curves ahead and that a driver should slow down to navigate the curves safely.
The yield ahead sign prepares drivers to slow down and to let other vehicles crossing the road take the right-of-way
no left turn
The driver cannot take a left-turn at an intersection where this sign is posted.
emergency parking only
A driver can park in this space only if there is an emergency.
This sign indicates a driver to stay on the right-side of the island or barrier.
no parking any time
This sign discourages drivers from parking their vehicles at a location at any time where this sign is posted.
no turns, drive straight through
Drivers cannot turn the vehicle in the left of right direction. They can only drive straight through the intersection.
The driver can make a turn only in the direction that the arrow is pointing.
Steady Green Light (Go)
A steady green light means the driver can proceed on a green light if it is safe to do so. You may drive straight ahead or turn unless prohibited by another sign or signal. Watch for cars and pedestrians at the intersection. Be aware of reckless drivers who may race across the intersection to beat a red light.
Steady Red Light (Stop)
Stop before entering the crosswalk or intersection. You may turn right unless prohibited by law. You may also turn left if both streets are one way unless prohibited by law. You must yield to all pedestrians and other traffic lawfully using the intersection.
The solid red traffic signal indicates motorists to come to a complete stop and wait for the green light before proceeding. You can make a right turn against a red light after stopping.
stop until the green arrow appears
A red arrow means “STOP.” Remain stopped until the green signal or green arrow appears to make a turn. Do not turn against a red arrow.
prepare to stop or cross cautiously
A yellow traffic signal light means “caution” and indicates that the red traffic light is about to appear. When you see the yellow light, stop if you can do so safely. If you cannot stop safely, cross the intersection cautiously.
protected turning time period is ending
A yellow arrow means the “protected” turning time period is ending. Be prepared to obey the next traffic signal light, which could be the green or red traffic signal light or the red arrow.
caution to avoid contamination with/exposure to atomic radiation
3 tracks sign
This White Regulatory Sign indicates the number of railroad tracks at a crossing.
do not block intersection
It is illegal to to stop, stand or park at any time within any intersection which has been marked with this sign, except intsructuted otherwise by a police officer or other authorized officer.
do not move forward, possible unsafe road ahead
If you see this sign posted, do not pass in that area regardless of how safe you may feel to do so.
don't stop on tracks
This sign reminds drivers not to stop on the railroad tracks for any reason.
Left turn only
This sign indicates two lanes of traffic are permitted to turn left. The traffic in the left lane must turn left while traffic in the other lane has a choice.
only left turn allowed on green signal
The Left Turn Yield on Green Signal is installed at busy intersections to remind the drivers a vehicle can take a left turn on a green signal.
Airport guide sign
railroad crossing sign
This warning sign alerts drivers of railroad tracks ahead. Beware of any approaching trains from both directions and prepare to stop, if necessary.
Texas Route Marker
Texas Route Marker signs indicate what road you are or will be traveling on. Plan your trip and know which road you want to take.
road closed, cannot drive ahead
The orange Road Closed Ahead sign indictes the road is simply closed and one cannot drive ahead.
roadwork on the shoulder ahead, slow down or move to another lane
slower drivers should drive in the right lane
Slower Traffic Keep Right is a White Regulatory Sign and is meant for those driving slower than the normal speed of traffic on some multilane highways. It reminds slow drivers to drive in the right lane.
beware of falling rocks
This warning sign alerts drivers to be extra careful of obstacles on the road in the form of rocks or fallen cliffs or verges.
maximum speed limit under ideal condition is 65 mph
This sign indicates the maximum speed limit for the stretch of highway where it is posted. Drive more slowly than the posted speed limit if road conditions are unfavorable. Note that it is illegal to drive any faster than 55 mph.
emergency medical services
The sign is used to identify medical service facilities that have been included in the Emergency Medical Services system.
advisory speed sign
The advisory speed sign means that a driver should reduce to the safe speed indicated.
Travel information sign
Litter barrel in 1 mile
A litter barrel is the only place where you may lawfully throw your trash on the highway. This sign advises that such a barrel is one mile ahead. Litter barrels are also found at all rest/picnic areas.
circular intersection ahead a.k.a. roundabout
Motorists must enter from the right, yielding to traffic already in the roundabout, and follow the circle to the right until the desired roadway is reached.
curve advisory with speed
The sign is used to warn motorists of abrupt changes in horizontal road alignment. It is a speed limit sign that warns drivers of a curve ahead. Motorists should reduce to the safe speed indicated.
watch out for deer crossing
take a temporary detour from normal route
watch out for donkey crossing
dump station nearby
exit closed, take a different route
federal numbered bicycle route
fire station ahead
flagman ahead a.k.a. road construction ahead
caution, golf cart crossing
hazardous material prohibited
food service or restaurant nearby/ahead
Gas station nearby/ahead
hotel or motel ahead
High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lane ends
Interstate route marker
stick to the right side of the road
laundry facilities ahead
caution, light rail track ahead
This is an LED-activated sign, and it alerts motorists and pedestrians to be wary of approaching streetcar and commuter rail traffic.
watch out for overhead obstacles
narrow bridge ahead
The sign indicates that there is a narrow bridge ahead and there is room for only two lanes of traffic.
The maximum speed limit at night is 45 mph.
no cars on tracks
This sign reminds motorists that vehicles on the rail tracks is prohibited.
The sign indicates that the travellers cannot hitchhike or ask for a lift.
no parking, bus stop
The sign denotes that parking is not allowed and no cars can be parked in that area due to bus stops in the direction the arrow is pointing.
The "NO TRUCKS" sign forbids large trucks from entering a road where the sign is posted.
It guides motorists to leave the main highway at one end of a city or town, haunt local businesses, and then rejoin the main route at the opposite end of the city or town.
off road trail
The sign indicates that an off-road trail is ahead. An off-road trail is used for traveling off public roads.
playground area ahead
ranger station ahead
reserved for handicapped parking space(s)
The sign indicates that the given parking space is reserved for physically challenged people and is prohibited for normal people parking their cars in the marked space.
right lane closed ahead, moved to the left lane
road work ahead, slow down
stop and submit to DUI checkpoint
traffic does not stop, do not cross here!
truck rollover danger
three-way intersection ahead
The Y Intersection sign indicates that a three-way intersection is up ahead on the road, with all roads being of equal size and importance.
stop and yield to pedestrians
speed limit for larger trucks and vehicles
On some roadways, larger vehicles must abide by different speed limits.
caution, no-passing zone ending
bump up ahead, slow down
Bump is a traffic sign that warns motorists that there is a bump on the road. Reduce the vehicle’s speed whenever you see this sign posted.
Center Turn Lane
The sign indicates a shared lane for left turns in both directions of travel. It is forbidden to travel or pass in the center turn lane.
The sign warns drivers of a change in direction or narrowing of the road. This sign is found mostly outside of a sharp curve or on approaches to a narrow bridge.
stop, oncoming traffic ahead
This sign can be found at the start of one-way streets and ramps which prohibits drivers from entering a one-way roadway where traffic is moving in the opposite direction. The WRONG WAY sign may accompany the DO NOT ENTER sign. If you see one or both of these signs, drive to the side and stop.
wrong way, turn around
The WRONG WAY sign may accompany the DO NOT ENTER sign. If you see one or both of these signs, drive to the side and stop. When safe, back out or turn around and go back to the road you were on.
The sign forbids a cyclist from entering a roadway wherever this sign is posted. A ‘No Bicycles’ sign is typically found on high-speed roadways.
Motorists cannot park their vehicles whenever this sign is installed.
No Pedestrian Crossing
The sign prohibits pedestrians from crossing the street.
US Route Sign 40
U.S. Route 40 a.k.a. the Main Street of America is a major east–west United States Highway traveling across the United States from the Mountain States to the Mid-Atlantic States.
County Route Sign
County highway markers are usually a yellow-on-blue pentagon. It tells you the name of the county road that you are on. These types of roads are usually older and less maintained and, therefore, are less safe than other US highways. So, it is advisable to stay cautious while travelling on a county road.
Interstate Highway Exit
The freeway/expressway exit sign tells you the exit number and/or the name of the main roadway that the highway off-ramp will be connecting to. Most freeway's exit signs have exit numbers. Before 2002, California did not use exit numbering system.
lane is reserved
The sign is a diamond-shaped marking which means that the lane is reserved for certain purposes or certain vehicles such as buses or car-pool vehicles during rush hour traffic.
road closed, take a detour
The sign means that the road is closed, and vehicles should not drive past this sign. Take a detour whenever you see this sign posted.
slow down, road entering curve
Motorists are advised to approach the intersection with extra caution. The main road curves to the left and a driver preparing to enter the main road from the right may not be able to see you from around the curve.
slow down, set of curves (left to right) ahead
This sign indicates a series of curves up ahead on the road. Slow down to navigate through the curves safely.
No Parking Loading Zone
A No Parking Loading Zone Sign is a helpful aid for the protection of the health and safety of personnel.
T Intersection, road ends straight ahead
This intersection traffic sign also called the three-way intersection indicates there is no forward movement. The traffic must either turn right or left. A T intersection usually accompanies a stop or yield sign.
speed limit- school zone
You cannot go beyond the posted speed in a school zone when children are present.
stop, take a right turn
Milepost markers are placed each mile along the edge of the roadway from one end of the state to the other. Zero always starts at south or west border where a route begins.
Yield to Oncoming Traffic
Motorists are required to yield the right-of-way to traffic traveling in the opposite direction.
A Four-Way Stop sign informs motorists that all entrances to an intersection are controlled by stop signs.
Single Broken Yellow Line
A single, broken yellow centerline shows the center of a two-way, two-lane road. Passing is permitted on either side under safe conditions. When passing, the driver must use the lane belonging to oncoming traffic.
Do not cross double white line
Drivers should not change lanes or turn across the double white lines.
Solid Yellow and Broken Yellow Centerline
Solid Yellow and Broken Yellow Centerline shows the center of a two-way roadway. Passing is allowed if the broken yellow line is on your side.
school zone, slow down
This sign warns motorists of schools and school crossings. School zones have a speed limit you must observe. Slow down and be ready to stop.
Active Work Zone Traffic When Flashing
A white light is attached to this sign and will flash only when workers are present. The sign is placed at the beginning of an active work zone where construction, maintenance or utility workers are on the roadway.
End of Active Work Zone
The sign is placed at the end of an active work zone where construction, maintenance, or utility workers are on the roadway.
Slow down, road work ahead
This sign informs you there is road work ahead and also cautions you to slow down.
Workers Ahead is one of the work zone road signs.
No Parking Tow Away Zone
This is a useful tool to help protect the health and safety of staff, and is not a substitute for necessary protective measures for lessening or eliminating hazards.
The lane with this sign above exits ahead.
Highway Guide Sign
All Highway guide signs are green with white letters. There is usually one advance sign which is followed by another advance sign. The third sign is posted at the exit.
The surface of the road is covered with loose gravel. It is suggested that the driver goes slow enough to keep complete control of his vehicle. Also, to not apply brakes suddenly or make sharp turns as this may cause a skid.
Highway Intersection Ahead
The road the driver is traveling on intersects a highway ahead. It is suggested to slow down look to the right and to the left for other traffic, be prepared to stop and yield to crossing traffic.
slow down, cross traffic ahead
The Cross Traffic sign alerts you to slow down your vehicle and watch out for cross traffic.
The sign indicates traffic is permitted to pass on either side of a traffic island or an obstruction.
shoulder drop off
Shoulder Drop Off is a sign that indicates that the driver's shoulder is more than three inches below the level of the road.
slow down, depression on road ahead
The DIP sign indicates a depression in the road ahead low place up ahead in on the road. Slow down whenever you see this sign posted. An advisory speed sign usually accompanies the DIP sign.
Watch for Ice on Bridges
The Watch for Ice on Bridges sign warns a driver that ice may form on the bridge even if the rest of the road is not covered in ice or snow. Whenever you see this sign posted, slow down.
no right turn on red
Right turns are prohibited when the red light is on at an intersection where this sign is posted. Wait for the green light before making the turn.
Left Lane Ends
The sign means that the left lane on roadway will end ahead.
Lane Ends Merge Left
Lane Ends Merge Left informs the driver that one of the lanes on a multi-lane roadway will end ahead.
The Weave Area traffic sign is used to warn that the driver will be merging with another roadway as another traffic is exiting and crossing his path.
No Passing Zone
The driver may not pass cars ahead of the lane. Most commonly, the "no passing zone" traffic sign is installed before hills or curves where the driver cannot see far enough ahead to pass safely.
Hazardous Load Placards: Flammable
A diamond-shaped sign on a truck H means that the load on the truck is potentially dangerous (gas, explosives, etc.). Vehicles which display these signs are required to stop before crossing railroad tracks.
report problem or emergency sign
Many railroad crossings will also have a blue and white sign to indicate what to do if there is an emergency on or near the tracks, or if your vehicle has stalled on the tracks.
slow down, hill or downgrade ahead
This sign is used to warn motorists of a hill or a downgrade up ahead on the road. Be ready to slow down or shift to a lower gear.
Green arrow displayed at the same time as a red light
A green arrow displayed at the same time as a red light means the driver can proceed carefully in the direction of the arrow after yielding the right-of-way to other vehicles and pedestrians.
slippery when wet
If you see this sign, be aware that you are approaching a roadway that is slick and hazardous when it is wet or raining.
turns are permitted
Flashing yellow arrow traffic signal light means turns are permitted (unprotected), but you must first yield to oncoming traffic and pedestrians and then proceed with caution.
proceed with caution
Slow down and stay alert before entering the intersection with a flashing yellow light. Yield to any pedestrians, bicyclists, or vehicles in the intersection. You do not need to stop for a flashing yellow traffic signal light.
Red light photo enforced