“Bicycling route.” A vintage Toronto street sign.
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A Toronto sign found along selected routes designated for bicycling mode priority.
This sign’s origins for use in Toronto are not entirely known, but it likely appeared in the Metropolitan Municipality of Toronto before amalgamation, possibly during the 1980s. Hallam Street is one such route. Hallam uses these signs, as well as painted “bike sharrow” street markings.
Since amalgamation, standard high-occupancy vehicle signs (the “white diamond”) are used for bike-priority routes.