From Portland Afoot
In other cities, including Seattle, sharrows are often smaller and placed near the side of a street where bicycles are expected to ride. In this sense, they're like a bike lane without clearly defined edges.
When two bikeways intersect, they're occasionally marked by a sharrow flower.
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