Q&A - Bicycle Lane Speed Limits
I understand that when driving in a bike lane the speed limit is 30km/hr. However the signage for these can be confusing at times I find. Here in North Vancouver for example there are narrow residential roads with images of a bike and two arrows painted directly on the road. This isn't a bike ONLY lane as it's more in the middle of the road with the traffic and is not bound by white lines. I believe this marks this whole road as a bike lane and means speed limit on this road is 30 km/hr however I have had some difficulty confirming this, and there are no marked speed limits on this section of the road, just the bikes painted on the road. Am I correct that the speed here is 30?