In what places is it common to find bilingual messages or notices?

Bilingual signs are common in relevant tourist or commercial areas, like airports, train stations, border checkpoints, and more. Places near the United States to Mexico border use bilingual English - Spanish signs. In Texas, some signs are required to use English - Spanish signs. While in the U.S. to Canada border, English to French is more common.

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