The signs are put up in the Stanford University campus. Many students commute from their apartments or move among school buildings by bicycle. It’s an obvious sign that cars should be careful to avoid accidents with bike riders.
The parking meter is converted to collect donations for homeless, so that they don’t have to beg for money. The meters seem to be placed at tourist spots and busy crowded streets. You might be more willing to put one or two coins into the parking meters.(Texas)
In the 1890’s, a pharmacist named Chapa had a wall of his pharmacy painted with lions and it came to be known as the lion pharmacy. As there is a market square across the street where you find Mexican restaurants and a market selling Mexican products, the spot became a meeting point. It might be a Texas version of Gin-no-Suzu or Hachiko(famous meeting spot in Tokyo).(Texas)
It shows that there is the speed bump in the road. Cars can’t go over the bump without decelerating and naturally end up slowing down. It is to stop reckless cars from going through the quiet residential area.(Texas)
Stop and look both ways as this is a busy road. One is likely to find such a sign in a kindergarten. The signs are at the crosswalks on the street through the San Antonio airport in Texas. You might almost forget to look both ways at the street by looking at the sign.(Texas)