Signs like these popped up along the streetcar route this week.
In what has become a recurring theme, this type of accommodation for bicycle and pedestrian safety has come several weeks after they were actually needed.
This particular stretch of road on the UA campus has been open for a month without signs. In that time several people have fallen on the tracks, including one who was photographed by the Arizona Daily Star.
Like these signs, the flashing crossing signals along Euclid Avenue appeared several weeks after bicyclists and pedestrians were forced to use alternative crossings when the crossing at University Boulevard and Euclid Avenue was closed.