Photo: 48th Street, Phoenix; just north of Frye Rd.
Photo: Wakial Loop in Phoenix. The stripe was added years ago; I imagine in an attempt to slow through traffic. The road serves as a cut-through for AM rush hour traffic between 48th ST and Warner Rd.
Photo: Though it ought to be self-evident; there is no bike lane here (the hash stripes should be a give-away)... Warner Rd eastbound at 51st St, Phoenix. The shoulder ends just around the bend approaching I-10.
Photo: Remember, not all roads have shoulders, and not all roads with shoulders have paved shoulders. This two-lane highway has a wide, graded, dirt/gravel shoulder. Maricopa Road; near the Wild Horse Pass Casino.
Photo: Knox Rd east of Rural.
This is a designated bike lane.
Most streets with sidewalks have a curb and the sidewalk is raised a few inches. 
This collector street has sidewalks but they're flush with the roadway, and there's no curb, just a kind of flat gutter pan.
One imagines curbs are often necessary to direct stormwater drainage.
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Ed Beighe
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Though it ought to be self-evident; there is no bike lane here (the hash stripes should be a give-away)... Warner Rd eastbound at 51st St, Phoenix. The shoulder ends just around the bend approaching I-10.
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