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🚸” meaning: children crossing, kids crossing Emoji

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🚸Meaning and Description

The "🚸" emoji represents a Crosswalk sign, also known as the Children Crossing sign. It's a symbol commonly seen on roads near schools or areas with heavy pedestrian traffic to indicate that drivers should be cautious and watch out for children🧒 crossing the street.

This emoji is a yellow 🟨 diamond-shaped sign featuring a black silhouette of an adult and a child holding hands👨‍👦, walking. The sign is typically depicted near a crosswalk, indicating the importance of pedestrian safety.

The 🚸 emoji is used to represent the presence of a crosswalk or to emphasize the importance of pedestrian safety. It serves as a reminder for drivers to be cautious and watch out for pedestrians, particularly children, in areas where they are likely to be crossing the road. It can also be used in discussions related to school zones🏫, traffic safety, or community initiatives aimed at protecting pedestrians.

Besides, the children crossing sign emoji can be used when giving directions or describing a place, especially if it's near a school or a children's crossing point.

💡Extended reading and popular science

The meaning of emoji symbol 🚸 is children crossing, it is related to child, crossing, pedestrian, traffic, it can be found in emoji category: "🛑 Symbols" - "⚠️ warning".

Wikipedia: 🚸 Pedestrian crossing
A pedestrian crossing (primarily British English) or crosswalk (primarily American English) is a place designated for pedestrians to cross a road, street or avenue. The term "pedestrian crossing" is also used in some international treaties that pertain to road traffic and road signs, such as the Vienna Convention on Road Traffic and the Vienna Convention on Road Signs and Signals. Marked pedestrian crossings are often found at intersections, but may also be at other points on busy roads that would otherwise be too unsafe to cross without assistance due to vehicle numbers, speed or road widths. They are also commonly installed where large numbers of pedestrians are attempting to cross (such as in shopping areas) or where vulnerable road users (such as school children) regularly cross. Rules govern usage of the pedestrian crossings to ensure safety; for example, in some areas, the pedestrian must be more than halfway across the crosswalk before the driver proceeds. In general, there are two types of intersections including signalized and unsignalised intersections. Signalised pedestrian crossings clearly separate when each type of traffic (pedestrians or road vehicles) can use the crossing. Unsignalised crossings generally assist pedestrians, and usually prioritise pedestrians, depending on the locality. Pelican crosswalks use signals to keep pedestrians together where they can be seen by motorists, and where they can cross most safely across the flow of vehicular traffic, whereas zebra crossings are uncontrolled and more appropriate for lower people flows. What appears to be just pedestrian crossings can also be created largely as a traffic calming technique, especially when combined with other features like pedestrian priority, refuge islands, or raised surfaces. 🔗 Pedestrian crossing
🌐: معبر مشاة, Piyada keçidi, Пешеходна пътека, Přechod pro chodce, Fodgængerfelt, Fußgängerübergang, Paso de peatones, گذرگاه عابران پیاده, Suojatie, Passage piéton, מעבר חצייה, Pješački prijelaz, Penyeberangan pejalan kaki, Attraversamento pedonale, 横断歩道, Жаяу өткел, 횡단보도, Gājēju pāreja, Lintasan pejalan kaki, Oversteekplaats, Fotgjengerovergang, Przejście dla pieszych, Faixa de segurança, Пешеходный переход, Priechod pre chodcov, Övergångsställe, Yaya geçidi, Пішохідний перехід, Lối qua đường cho người đi bộ, 行人穿越道.

🚸Examples and Usage

🔸 The investigation showed that some drivers did not slow down when they saw the signs of children crossing the street 🚸. This phenomenon caused a great safety hazard.
🔸 Parents and teachers have a responsibility to teach children how to cross the road safely🚸.

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🚸Basic Information

Emoji: 🚸
Shortname: children crossing
Apple Name: children crossing
Known as: Kids Crossing | School Crossing
Codepoint: U+1F6B8 Copy
Shortcode: :children_crossing: Copy
Decimal: ALT+128696
Unicode Version: 6.0 (2010-10-11)
Emoji Version: 1.0 (2015-06-09)
Categories: 🛑 Symbols
Sub Categories: ⚠️ warning
Keywords: child | children crossing | crossing | pedestrian | traffic

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