Seattle Department of Transportation crews are working to paint “sharrows” for bicyclists along 32nd Ave. NW.
Jen emailed us last night. “At 6:30 p.m. these guys were at the 32nd and 65th intersection. Now two hours later they’ve made it up to 32nd and 71st! They are still moving up the street. Hard to believe they work this late. As a sometime cyclist family we appreciate having these on our street.”
Sharrows are bicycle symbols indicating that drivers should expect to see and share the lane with bicycles. From the looks of it this morning, they still have a few blocks northbound and most of the southbound sharrows to paint.