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    Keith, This is what we did in Scottsdale when I was there ages ago. There is a sharrow in the mixing zone and when you get to the front there is a box showing where to put your wheel to trigger the light. We already let buses go through, so ...

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    Hello All, Thanks for taking the time to respond to my request.  Based on your responses I am leaning to wards recommending installing sharrows in the shared lane with the "Except Bikes" plaque below the right turn only sign with green dashes through ...

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    Bend, Oregon has two examples similar to others already shared. They have both been in place for a decade or more. The first uses sharrows in the turn lane, green markings through the intersection, and a "right turn only except bicycles" sign. I believe ...

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    Here are a few examples of class I paths parallel to freeways in the San Francisco Bay Area: The Richmond-San Rafael Bridge bike path approach path parrallels I-580 for a mile or so before continuing across the bridge.  Here it is passing under ...

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