Metro: Why cyclists hate sharrows

“If there’s no political will, that’s when they’re considered,” said Nancy Smith Lea, director of the Toronto Centre for Active Transportation. “That’s not a recommended course of action, but that’s what has been happening.”

Smith Lea said sharrows can be useful in areas with very little car traffic and low speeds — but that means they aren’t suitable for most Toronto streets in need of bike lanes.

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Posted On: August 10, 2017