Shared lane markings are pavement markings that are placed within the vehicular travel lane of the roadway. Unlike bicycle lanes, they do not designate a particular part of the roadway for the exclusive use of bicyclists. Shared lane markings indicate the location where bicyclists should operate within the travel lane. The bicycle markings include two chevrons over a bicycle pointing in the direction of vehicle travel to indicate that bicyclists should ride in this direction. The markings may be placed within travel lanes of any width on roadways posted at 35 mph or below.