Sharrows Come to Pasadena
Word has it that sharrows, or shared -use arrows, have made their debut in Pasadena.
Published January 9, 2007 by C.I.C.L.E.
CA — Word has it that sharrows, or shared-use arrows, have made their debut in Pasadena.
[[image:sharrow2_copy1.jpg::inline:1]]Sharrows are markings painted directly onto the road consisting of a stencil of a bicycle with two chevrons placed above it. They are designed to function as a guide to encourage safe riding and driving behavior from both bicyclists and motorists.
Apparently they have been applied on S. Lake St. in Pasadena. The photo here is taken in Pasadena by long-time local bike advocate and enthusiast, Dennis Crowley.
Unfortunately we don't know much more about the project at this time, but this news definitely warrants a trip to the historic and beautiful Pasadena to check them out.
If anyone has more information about the new sharrows, please share your information with us.
To learn more about Sharrows and about possible future sharrow projects in Los Angeles, read our article about them.