Tower Grove Ave gets a new coat of paint

We’re happy to observe that sections of Tower Grove Avenue got bike lanes repainted this week. There are also bright shiny new sharrows from Vandeventer north to Clayton. Best of all, a short stretch of bike lane was painted on southbound TGA at Vandeventer, between the right-turn and straight-ahead lanes, to allow riders to advance to the front of the intersection. Well placed sharrows guide riders to the entrance of this 100′ section, and the bike lane starts across the intersection.

Shaw to Vandeventer got a new coat of paint.

Shaw to Vandeventer got a new coat of paint.


New sharrows have been placed all along Tower Grove Avenue from Vandeventer to Clayton.

New sharrows have been placed all along Tower Grove Avenue from Vandeventer to Clayton.

Short "bike lane" on southbound Tower Grove Ave at Vandeventer allows cyclists to advance to the intersection.

Short “bike lane” on southbound Tower Grove Ave at Vandeventer allows cyclists to advance to the intersection.

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  1. […] short stretch of bike lanes was installed in August 2013 and was repainted several times since.  It is broadly appreciated by cyclists for helping guide […]

  2. […] on the critical Tower Grove Avenue and Vandeventer intersection, and in August 2013 St. Louis City installed a “bike slot” on southbound Tower Grove Avenue there. This design was very helpful at guiding cyclists across the […]

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