Francois Birgand, assistant professor with N.C. State, rides his bicycle on Clark Avenue over a "sharrow" or shared-right-of-way marker, which is designed to help vehicle drivers be aware of bicycle traffic.
Francois Birgand, assistant professor with N.C. State, rides his bicycle on Clark Avenue over a "sharrow" or shared-right-of-way marker, which is designed to help vehicle drivers be aware of bicycle traffic. Takaaki Iwabu 2012 News & Observer file photo
Francois Birgand, assistant professor with N.C. State, rides his bicycle on Clark Avenue over a "sharrow" or shared-right-of-way marker, which is designed to help vehicle drivers be aware of bicycle traffic. Takaaki Iwabu 2012 News & Observer file photo

NCSU study: ‘Share the Road’ signs aren’t sending a clear message

September 11, 2015 05:44 PM

UPDATED September 11, 2015 08:48 PM

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