This sign means to stop completely
What does this sign mean?
Give the right of way to other vehicles and pedestrians.
What does this sign mean?
The maximum legal speed when this road is in good driving conditions is 70km/h
What does this sign mean?
Indicates a lower speed limit ahead.
What does this sign mean?
Do not go this way – usually mounted on exit ramps
What does this sign mean?
One way – gives direction of traffic on a cross street.
What does this sign mean?
Do not enter
What does this sign mean?
Move into right lane if driving slower than regular traffic
What does this sign mean?
Keep right unless to pass
What does this sign mean?
Two way traffic – keep right unless to pass
What does this sign mean?
Pedestrian crosswalk – yield to people crossing
What does this sign mean?
School Zone – reduce speed when children are present
What does this sign mean?
School zone – the 15km/h limit is in effect from 8am – 5pm on school days when children are on the roadway or shoulder.
What does this sign mean?
Turn left only
What does this sign mean?
Vehicles from both directions must turn left – no through traffic allowed
What does this sign mean?
Left turn only
What does this sign mean?
Only buses and HOVs in this lane – may show how many people might be in the HOV
What does this sign mean?
Winding road ahead
What does this sign mean?
Hidden side road ahead
What does this sign mean?
Sharp curve ahead – slow to advisory speed shown
What does this sign mean?
Curve ahead – slow down
What does this sign mean?
Merging traffic ahead
What does this sign mean?
Road merges with another road – added lane to the right ahead
What does this sign mean?
Divided highway ends ahead – keep right
What does this sign mean?
Two way traffic ahead
What does this sign mean?
Road narrows ahead
What does this sign mean?
Steep hill ahead – slow down
What does this sign mean?
Stop sign ahead
What does this sign mean?
Signal lights ahead
What does this sign mean?
Highway or freeway exit – slow to advisory speed shown
What does this sign mean?
This makes a one way road.
On the highway or ramp in the direction you are traveling is not allowed.
You may travel only in the direction of the arrow
Traffic is required to keep to the right of medians or islands
You cannot make a right turn at this inersection
55 miles per hour is the maximum speed limit permitted in this area
When approaching a school zone, a reduced speed limit is in effect when the yellow lights are flashing
Trucks are prohibited from entering this roadway
Road ahead makes a sharp turn to the direction of the arrow (right). Slow down, keep right, and do not pass.
Curve to the right
Sharp turn to the right and then sharp turn to the left
Warns of hazardous condition on bridge caused by ice.
There is a winding road ahead. Drive slowly and carefully, and do not pass.
Side road enters highway ahead
There is a dip in the road ahead. Slow down
There is a bump in the road ahead. Slow down
Shoulder of the road is soft. Drive on the shoulder only in emergencies
Divided highway ends. Prepare to change lanes or shift lane postion
Warning that you are leaving a separated one-way highway and will soon be driving on a two-way highway
Approaching a low underpass. Do not enter if your vehicle or cargo exceeds the maximum height indicated on the sign
This sign is on the left side of the highway and marks the beginning of a no passing maneuver must be completed before reaching this sign
Roadway is slippery when wet. Remember, the first half-hour of rain is most hazardous
There is a stop sign ahead. Begin to slow down and be prepared to stop
Number of lanes reduced ahead
Traffic merging from the right. Prepare to allow traffic to safely merge
The lane is only for two-way left turns
A STOP sign is present at the intersection ahead
“T” Intersection
The divided highway on which you are traveling ends ahead
This sign is used to mark the ends of the side rails of narrow bridges and other obstructions so they may be easily seen.
The hard-surfaced pavement changes to an earth road or low-type surface. Slow down
The pavement ahead narrows; reduce speed. Room for two cars to pass but with caution
Slow your speed and watch for persons who may be disabled or who may be crossing the roadway in a wheelchair
Used at a marked crosswalk or in advance of locations where pedestrians may be crossing your path
“Y” intersection
The road ahead curves first in one direction and then back in the other direction
Advises you are approaching a section of highway where the opposing flow of traffic are separated by a median island.
Slow down the road surface ahead is in poor condition.
Cross traffic
(with curvy arrow crossed out)
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Slow down on wet road. Do not suddenly turn, speed up, or stop.
The surface of the road is covered with loose gravel. GO slow enough to keep complete control of your vehicle. Do not apply brakes suddenly or make sharp turns.
Mounted in front of an obstruction which is close to the edge of the road, such as culverts, or center piers on divided highways.
Mounted immediately in front of an obstruction or at changes in road alignment.
You are approaching a “T” intersection and must turn left or right. Be prepared to yield the right-of-way at the intersection if necessary.
The bridge ahead is not as wide as the road. Slow down and use caution.
Two roads cross. Slow down. look to the right and to the left for the other traffic, be prepared to stop.
Used to indicate the alignment of the road as an aid to night driving.
There is a significant drop from the pavement edge to the shoulder. If you must leave the pavement, slow down and steer firmly.
The pavement has been grooved to lessen the possibility of slippery pavement in wet weather. Motorcycles should use caution.
Slow your speed and watch for individuals who may be disabled or who may be crossing the road in a wheelchair.
You are approaching a downgrade; all drivers approach with caution. It may be necessary to use a lower gear to slow your vehicle.
The road ahead curves sharply. Slow down, keep right, and do not pass.
The lane ends ahead. If you are driving in the right lane, you should merge onto the left.
High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Preferential Lane: Buses and vehicles used for carpools may use this lane only between the hours of 6 a.m. to 9 a.m., Monday through Friday.
Do Not Cross Yellow Lines: The distance you can see ahead is so limited that passing another vehicle is so hazardous that you may not pass.
Do Not pass other vehicles
Do not park, stop, or allow our vehicle to stand idling in a parking space reserved for disabled individuals unless your vehicle has a disabled license plate or windshield identification card.
Turning left at an intersection where this sign is posted is prohibited.
Making a U-turn at an intersection where this sign is posted is prohibited.
Red light photo is enforced.
Drivers should not change lanes or turn across the double white lines.
Oncoming traffic must stop for vehicles at an intersection. Vehicles turning at a protected light should use caution.
The shoulder of the road must be used only by vehicles required to stop because of mechanical breakdown, tire trouble, lack of fuel, or other emergencies.
The road ahead is not open to any traffic. Look for a detour or other route.
Instructs drivers that all traffic on the same roadway must merge into one lane.
This sign marks a place where you may cross over to the other side of the divided highway.
The use of a wireless communication device is prohibited in the school zone.
These signs are added to a stop sign advising that all approaching traffic to this intersection must stop. (tiny one)
On roadways with more than one lane with vehicles traveling in the same direction and this sign is present, slower traffic should travel in a lane other than the farthest left lane. The farthest let lane is for passing only.
This sign will have yellow lights flashing (top and bottom) when the freeway ramp ahead is metered. The ramp meter (red or green) directs motorists when to enter the freeway.
The center lane is only used for vehicles turning left, not for passing or overtaking. The only time a vehicle should enter the center lane is at a point where the vehicle will have time to slow down or stop to make a safe left turn. This lane should never be used for passing or as a through traffic lane.
A green signal will indicate when you may turn left.
Vehicles driving in the right lane must turn right as the next intersection unless the sign indicates a different turning point.
Advisory Speed Sign: This sign gives the highest speed which you can safely travel around the turn ahead.
The only place where you may lawfully throw your litter in the highway is in a litter barrel. This sign advised that such a barrel is one mile ahead. Litter barrels are also found at all rest picnic areas.
Texas Route Marker signs tell you what road you are on.
Texas Route Marker signs tell you what road you are on.
These signs are usually mounted above the road. The arrows indicate the lane or lanes to be used to follow a particular highway route.
Mileposts provide a means of identifying the location of crashes, breakdowns, or other emergencies. Mileposts are erected every mile on Interstate highways starting at the state line.
The lane that has the sign above it exits ahead.
The sign tells you what road you are on. A short highway in a city or urban area.
Indicates an officially designated highway the branches off the regularly numbered highway and goes through the business portion of the city.
Travel Information: This sign tells you which way to go and how far you must travel.
Land-use control signals are overhead signals indicating if motorists should drive in a specific lane.

• If a red X appears above a lane, a driver should not drive in that lane.
• A steady yellow X means a driver should prepare to safely vacate the lane over which the signal is located because a lane control change is being made.
• A steady downward green arrow means a driver is permitted to drive in the lane over which the arrow signal is located.
• Lane-use control signals can be used on streets or highways.

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This sign means that you are a few hundred feet of a railroad crossing.
Railroad crossing buck signs are posted at every railroad, highway, road, or street grade crossing and shows the location. (shows number of tracks crossed.)
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