A recent study of sharrows yielded unsurprising (but nice to see) results:
Evaluation of Shared Lane Markings in Miami Beach, Florida
The study was a before and after study collected videotape data of bicyclist interacting with motorists before and after the installation of the markings.
After the markings were placed, approximately 20 percent of the . . . → Read More: Evaluation of sharrows in Miami Beach, FL
Transit Miami (via Next American City) posts:
Sharrows. Chevrons. Shared lane markings. Little painted bicycles on the street.
Like fungi after a spring rainfall, Miami has seen a rapid proliferation of these markings on her streets, designed to remind motorists to be aware of cyclists and their right to the lane. While the markings are . . . → Read More: Are Shared Lane Markings and Bike Boulevards a Distraction?
A MinnPost article with the same name as this post has a pretty cool animation of the daily routes taken by Nice Ride MN users, the local bike-share company.
…we’ve animated a day in the life of Nice Ride bikes in the Twin Cities. Click play and zoom into the map to see how bikes . . . → Read More: A day in the life of Nice Ride bikes