Sharrows on Bloor at Yonge (top) and Church (bottom). Photos by David Topping/Torontoist.
Though they only last for three hundred metres so far, this is no small victory for cyclists. Bloor Street East, between just west of Yonge and just east of Church, has just gained freshly painted sharrows on both sides of the street. From what we saw today on the recently renovated roadway, they seem to be doing their jobs already: motorists are giving cyclists a bit more space than usual, and cyclists have moved a bit more into the road rather than towards the curb.
Torontoist: Sharrows Land on Bloor
October 3, 2009 by
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