Sharrows, or shared lane markers, will be installed along East Coast Highway in Corona del Mar, between MacArthur and Poppy avenues, before the end of the month. This week the city has been working to let residents know they are coming.
Police trailers flashing the messages, "Sharrows Coming Soon, "Bikes May Use Full Lane" and "All Users Drive/Ride Safely" are positioned on the Southside of East Coast Highway at MacArthur Boulevard.
Blue banners reading "Share The Road" is also attached to a light pole in the area.
Sean Matsler, a member of the city's bike safety committee, says residents should be aware that sharrows are only mean to reinforce existing law.
"Cyclists are allowed to travel in the motor travel lane when there is no bike lane," Matsler said. "Sharrows will alert motorists that cyclists can be here."
The sharrows are expected to be painted along East Coast Highway at the end of the month.
On Sunday a memorial bike ride will be held to pay tribute to Sarah Leaf and Catherine "Kit" Campion-Ritz who were killed while cycling in Newport Beach.