It’s the snazzy new bike repair station at the Farmers Market. What will lead to it, lanes or sharrows?


They’re nice features and all, though as yet we don’t know exactly how much bicycling infrastructure was stripped from Jeff Speck’s original grid plan owing to City Hall cowardice.

Study: Sharrows Don’t Make Streets Safer for Cycling, by Angie Schmitt (Streetsblog)

Sharrows are the dregs of bike infrastructure — the scraps cities hand out when they can’t muster the will to implement exclusive space for bicycling. They may help with wayfinding, but do sharrows improve the safety of cycling at all? New research presented at the Transportation Review Board Annual Meeting suggests they don’t …