Figure 9B-6. Example of Signing for an On-Roadway Bicycle Route
This figure illustrates an example of signing for an on-roadway bicycle route.
The figure shows a crossroads intersection composed of two roadways, one horizontal and one vertical. Each roadway is composed of two lanes separated by a solid double yellow line.
A note at the bottom of the page states: "In urban areas, signs typically should be placed approximately every 400 m (0.25 mi), at every turn in the route, and at all signalized intersections."
On the bottom half of the vertical roadway in advance of the intersection, a sign assembly is shown to the right of the roadway facing northbound traffic. It is composed of a green D11-1 Bike Route sign mounted above a green D1-1 plaque with the word "DOWNTOWN." Closer to the intersection, another sign assembly is shown to the right of the roadway facing northbound traffic. It is composed of Bike Route and Downtown signs mounted above a green sign with a horizontal arrow pointing to the right.
On the horizontal roadway to the right of the intersection, another sign assembly is shown composed of Bike Route and Downtown signs.