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Bicycle Route Marker Signs

What are Bike Route signthey?

The “Bicycle Route Marker” sign is an information sign used to guide cyclists and indicate the on and off road facilities that form part of a bicycle route. These signs also inform motorists about the presence of cyclists along these routes. To direct cyclists, “directional arrow tab” signs should be used at intersections and entrances to off-road facilities.


Where are they installed?

The “Bicycle Route Marker” sign is used to indicate that the road is part of a bicycle route. The roads selected have wider lanes that will accommodate cyclists and motorists comfortably side-by-side.

These signs should be placed at intervals frequent enough to keep cyclists aware of the changes in route direction and to remind motorists of the presence of cyclists.

These signs are not installed where “Reserved Bicycle Lane” signs are used.