The horizontal traffic light emoji is a horizontal version of the typical red, yellow, and green traffic light, also called a stop light. Use this emoji to attempt to control the flow of traffic in your most hectic group chats.
The St. Pierre & Miquelon flag emoji displays a light blue background with 3 smaller squares vertically aligned on the left. On the right side is a yellow ship on waves. The top square on the left has red triangles and green stripes diagonally, the middle square shows a white background and black design, and the bottom square shows a red background with 2 yellow lions.
If you hear a siren and see red and blue flashing lights in your rearview mirror, pull over for the police. If you see an oncoming police car emoji in your messages, someone is about to police your conversation.
Watch out for the bus! Get out of the bus lane. The oncoming bus emoji represents a city bus or school bus that is driving on the road. You may see an oncoming bus at a street intersection or a bus stop. Get out of the road! Don’t get hit.
Don’t smoke in a gas station area! Gasoline and Diesel are highly explosive. Use a fuel pump to fill up your car, truck, or boat. Just make sure to check the price of the gasoline because it fluctuates.
Is there a train coming? Get off the tracks! The railway track emoji show the train tracks for a locomotive. People all over the world use traditional trains for transportation. It’s ok to cross the tracks when a train is not coming... just don’t get stuck in between the tracks!
Hop aboard the tram. Just make sure you have money for a ticket. The railway car emoji is used when talking about public transportation options like trains, trams, and trolleys. It’s also a fun way for tourists to travel when visiting big cities.