Bicycle Route Sign
Indicates a road that is part of a bicycle route.
Reserved Bicycle Lane Sign
Designates a lane that is reserved for exclusive use by people cycling. No parking is permitted, but stopping briefly for active loading is permitted.
Sharrow Pavement Marking
Indicates a shared lane for people driving and cycling. The marking is also meant to show people cycling where to position their bicycle.
Shared Use Lane Sign
Indicates places where cyclists are encouraged to take full use of the lane and used to warn motorists that the lane is too narrow for side-by-side travel. These signs are often accompanied by sharrow pavement markings.
Share The Road Sign
Reminds motorists to provide adequate space and share the road with people cycling. These signs are generally used in Halifax where a bike lane ends or where roads present potentially unsafe conditions, like poor visibility or narrow lanes.
Turning Vehicles Yield to Bicycles Sign
Used where right-turning vehicles cross a protected bicycle lane at an intersection or busy driveway.
Yield to Pedestrians Sign
Used where people cycling cross or share a facility with people walking and are required to yield, e.g. in advance of all shared bike lane-bus stops.
Movement Restriction Sign
Used to tell motorists and cyclists when they are unable to turn left, right, or travel straight through an intersection. Cyclists are exempt from the restriction where an “Except Bicycles” tab is displayed.