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City to Install Minimum Grid Bicycle Pavement Markings

(February 16, 2022) Beverly Hills, CA – On January 4, 2022, the City Council approved installation of a Minimum Grid Bikeway Network. The term “minimum grid” refers to the concept of quickly implementing a basic bikeway network using roadway markings, called sharrows, and signage that establish bike routes on streets to be shared between motorists and bicyclists.

These sharrows are not bike lanes and do not require removal of any vehicle lanes or parking. The shared roadway pavement markings and signage will help bicyclists navigate the bikeway network, avoid streets that can be more challenging to ride on, and determine proper lane positioning outside of the “door zone.”

This new Minimum Grid Network includes streets that provide access to schools, parks, existing bikeways, future Metro stations, and key commercial corridors. All streets on the Minimum Grid Network are included on the Holistic Bikeways Network Map from the Complete Streets Plan.

The Minimum Grid Network is a first step to implementation of the Complete Streets Plan. The City will continue to pursue parallel, longer-range efforts to expand and upgrade cycling infrastructure.

Staff anticipates installation of the Minimum Grid Network will be completed by April 2022. 

For more information and to view a project FAQ, visit the project website at, or contact the City by email at or phone at 310-285-2467. For more information on the Complete Streets Plan, visit the plan website at



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