What can this sign mean?:
No turns from bike lane
I saw one today in Salem, Oregon on Commercial Street, south side of Trade Street intersection. What could it mean? If I'm in the bike lane, am I required to stay on Commercial, even if I really want to turn right onto Trade? Or does it mean that motorists, who usually begin a right turn in the lane closest to the curb are expected instead to start their turn while they are to the left of the bike lane so as to clear the lane quickly? If that's the intent, then implicit in that is the idea that traffic control signs don't apply to bicycles.
This would be clearer to me (if it is indeed what the sign is supposed to mean):
No motor traffic in bike lane.
That would allow traffic to cross the bike lane just as it crosses a railroad track but it would keep the rights-of-way separate except at crossing points.
Or is it just me?