Undesignated Bike lanes
Ed asked: I found this on http://www.floridabicycle.org/rules/bikelaw.html :
Paved shoulders — Where a curb is not present, the right-hand edge of a roadway is the line between the roadway and the shoulder. Since the definition of “roadway” excludes the shoulder [§316.003], cyclists are not required to ride on paved shoulders, although they may prefer to do so.
What about if both a curb AND an edge line (but not a designated bike lane) are present? e.g. as pictured here:
(Or don’t you do that in Florida?)
We used to do that here, but the new FDOT guidance eliminated such striping except when marked as a bike lane. Please see: