mjj (flemmings) wrote,

They that hazard their lives on the high roadways of Toronto

Saw these pavement markings as I was biking down St George last week. So now I know what they are. But if I didn't know, how can I expect a car to? Nah, no way you'll find me sitting out in the middle of the street with a Toronto driver behind me. It's bad enough in the parking/ right turn lane where one lurks by law. The go-getter drivers like to slide up behind you and vroom ahead of all the cars in the centre lane, and oh are they pissed if there's a bike waiting at the red light.
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