Colored bike lanes come in many colors
Green-painted bike lanes have become common in DC and around the US. They make bike lanes more visible, helping to remind car drivers to watch for cyclists. But at least 3 other colors are used for the same purpose elsewhere around the world.
Here are some examples. Do you know of any others?
Left: Classic green, used in DC, New York, and all over the US; photo by the author.
Left: Amsterdam's dull red, also seen in Vancouver and many other cities; photo by Scott Lowe.
Right: Madison's bright red; photo by benet2006.
Cross-posted at BeyondDC.
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