Four Solid Uses For Sharrows


sharrowsWe always make an effort to share such stuff with our readers that would help them have an improved riding experience. Today, we’re going to talk about something that, if used properly, could be an effective tool in your bikeway toolbox. We’re going to talk about the MUTCD-approved ‘sharrow’ marking.

The concept came to surface in 2011, and considering it benefits, we really thought it would sprout like mushrooms in most areas, including Newark and Wilmington. Though it’s still not getting the place it deserves, you can always make the right use of it. For instance, you can use it for closing the gap between other bikeway infrastructures, for marking bike boulevards, keeping up with traffic in busy streets, and so on. To find out more, check out the link.

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