In May 2010, the City of Toronto installed a new application of shared lane pavement markings referred to as "rush hour" sharrows on College Street. In the summer of 2010 the City of Toronto, in partnership with TCAT, conducted an evaluation of the impact of sharrows on cyclist and motorist behaviour. TCAT participated in the study design and data analysis, and provided support in soliciting survey staff and participants.
The report was released in December and can be downloaded here (bottom of the page under "Design Research".)
The public is invited to attend an open house to learn more about the rush-hour sharrows pilot project:
Click here for more information.