Sharrows

What is this?

Shared lane pavement markings (or “Sharrows”) are bicycle symbols carefully placed to guide bicyclists to the best place to ride to avoid doors opening from parked cars; and sharrows are also placed to remind drivers to share the road with cyclists.

Unlike bicycle lanes, sharrows do not designate a particular part of the street for the exclusive use of bicyclists.

They are simply a marking to guide bicyclists to the best place to ride and remind motorists to expect to see and share the lane with bicyclists.

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