City workers spray a bicycle-related glyph onto the street near Clay and Sansome. I'm not sure what exactly it's supposed to be saying. Anyone?
The double chevron usually indicates that a bike lane has just ended and cyclists need to share the road with motorists. Basically it’s an implied bicycle route when there isn’t space for a separate lane.
I am pretty sure you are supposed to stand where bucket-guy is, that way you can read it as: “I am (double) less than bicycle hipster”
They are “shared roadway markings”, also known by the cringe-inducing name “sharrow”. See here for more: http://www.sfmta.com/cms/bsafe/28372.html
thisthat, you are much funnier than lemon or mr. pietri
@Zendrittic _ LOL!
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