Warning signs - General Danger or Traffic Control





stop sign is a traffic sign to notify drivers that they must come to a complete stop and make sure no other road users are coming before proceeding.


Traffic lights, also known as traffic signalstraffic lampstraffic semaphoresignal lightsstop lightsrobots, and traffic control signals, are signalling devices positioned at road intersections, pedestrian crossings, and other locations to control flows of traffic.

Danger Point (a supplementary sign may explain the danger)



turn on red is a principle of law permitting vehicles at a traffic light showing a red signal to turn into the direction of traffic nearer to them when the way is clear, without having to wait for a green signal. It is intended to allow traffic to resume moving, with minimal risk provided that proper caution is observed.


People & Road Workers - You Must Yield to All People, Especially Children & Elderly

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pedestrian crossing or crosswalk is a place designated for pedestrians to cross a road. Crosswalks are designed to keep pedestrians together where they can be seen by motorists, and where they can cross most safely across the flow of vehicular traffic.



Pedestrians Possible





Roadworks occur when part of the road, or in rare cases, the entire road, has to be occupied for work relating to the road, most often in the case of road surface repairs. In the United States road work could also mean any work conducted in close proximity of travel way (thoroughfare) such as utility work or work on power lines. The general term of road work is known as work zone.


Children Possible





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Bicycles Possible      


Rail & Train Signage - You must yield to all rail traffic or rail signals, no overtaking allowed within zone

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level crossing is an intersection where a railway line crosses a road or path at the same level, as opposed to the railway line crossing over or under using an overpass or tunnel. The term also applies when a light rail line with separate right-of-way or reserved track crosses a road in the same fashion. Other names include railway level crossinggrade crossing, road through railroadrailroad crossingtrain crossing, and RXR (abbreviated).

Level Crossing (240 m) Ahead Marker (Right Side)





Level Crossing (160 m) Ahead Marker (Left Side)





Level Crossing (80 m) Ahead Marker (Right Side)






Traffic Lanes & Priority - "Zipper Rule" for 1-Way Traffic Merging & 2-Way Traffic Priorities

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Road narrows on the left, 1-Way Zipper Rule Applies, 2-Way Oncoming Traffic Yields to You)




Narrow Roadway Ahead, 1-Way Zipper Rule Applies





Road narrows on the right, 1-Way Zipper Rule Applies, 2-Way Yield to Oncoming Traffic




two-way street is a street that allows vehicles to travel in both directions. On most two-way streets, especially main streets, a line is painted down the middle of the road to remind drivers to stay on their side of the road. Sometimes one portion of a street is two-way and the other portion is one-way. If there is no line, a car must stay on the appropriate side and watch for cars coming in the opposite direction and prepare to pull over to let them pass.

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Oncoming Traffic, Red direction must yield Priority over oncoming vehicles    


Environmental Factors - Yield as necessary to not endanger yourself or other road users

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Possible Rockfall in Road (No breaking, slowing, stopping or parking)

Snow or Ice possible ahead (road freezes easily, no sudden breaking or turning)

Loose chippings are loose gravel or stone fragments on a road surface and form a hazard to vehicles using that road. It may come from the road's chip seal. 

Uneven surfaces ahead, bumpy road


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Slippery road (water, ice, snow, oil or dirt)