My ride home involves crossing Manhattan at darned near its fattest crossing, from the Williamsburg Bridge to the Hudson Greenway. Part of my route is along the entire length of Prince Street, which, as of last night, appears to have definitively removed cars from the right-side in favor of a nice, fat "sharrow" lane. Sweet! This complements the admittedly weak, but at least clearly-striped bike lane on Charlton Street (which is what Prince becomes after crossing some avenue or another). Amusingly, a delivery guy was riding instead in the door zone on the left side of the street. What's up with that? Anyhow, a cheer for the DOT finally getting somewhat of a clue!