Presentation on theme: "Part 9 Traffic Controls for Bicycle Facilities. 9A.03 Definitions Relating to Bicycles Adds a definition for Bicycle Facilities Removes the definition."— Presentation transcript:
Part 9 Traffic Controls for Bicycle Facilities
9A.03 Definitions Relating to Bicycles Adds a definition for Bicycle Facilities Removes the definition for Bicycle Path Revises the definition for Shared use Path
9B.02 Design of Bicycle Signs New Title: Minimum Sign Sizes for Bicycle Facilities Two sub columns headed Shared-Use Path and Roadway,
9B.04 Bicycle Lane Signs Redesigned Bicycle Lane Signs R3-17 R3-17a R3-17b R3-17 R3-16aR3-16
9B.05 BEGIN RIGHT TURN LANE YIELD TO BIKES Sign The R4-4 sign should not be used when bicyclists need to move left because of a right-turn lane drop situation R4-4
9B.06 Bicycle WRONG WAY Sign and RIDE WITH TRAFFIC Plaque New R5-1b sign and R9-3c plaque R5-1b R9-3c Placed on the left side of a roadway, facing wrong-way bicycle traffic
9B.09 No Parking BIKE LANE Signs R3-17a sign removed
9B.12 & 9C.05 Bike Signal Actuation Sign & Marking NEW Sign and pavement symbol to inform bicyclists where to situate themselves to actuate traffic signal.
9B.17 Bicycle Warning Sign (W11-1) The word Crossing is removed from the section title and the W11-1 sign name W11-1
Figure 9C-2 Centerline Markings for Shared-Use Paths Changes dimensions between obstruction and normal solid yellow line from 0.6 m (2 ft) to 0.3 (1 ft).
9C.04 Markings for Bicycle Lanes Symbols: No distance requirement Through bicycle lanes: not placed to right of right turn only lane. Bike lanes: no posts or raised pavement markers More …
9C.04 Markings for Bicycle Lanes New STANDARD: No placement of bike lanes in circular roadway of roundabout. More …
9C.04 Markings for Bicycle Lanes New GUIDANCE: 1.Right through lane becomes right turn only lane: markings stop 100 ft in advance 2.Shared through/right lane next to right turn only lane: bicycle lane discontinued at the intersection
9D.02 Signal Operations for Bicycles STANDARD Revised: Signal timing and actuation be reviewed and adjusted to consider needs of bicyclists