The following photo was taken close to a pedestrian crossing in Taiwan. The sign in the photo shows a good example of how the word ‘pedestrian’ might be used, and asks for people not to park their vehicles here as to let people pass.
The sign reads:
請勿停車，行人通道（请勿停车，行人通道 qǐng wù tíngchē, xíngrén tōngdào）
No Parking (please), pedestrian thoroughfare
It’s not evident in the photo but the sign was actually working – without it, the corner of the street would have been completely blocked with scooters, essentially trapping pedestrians in.
Here’s the rest of the words from the example: