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Roadway: cross sectional split

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Safety lane graphic illustrating the before and after differences
Implementation of new safety lane

In order to expand the range of measures to secure bicycle traffic on narrow roads, the Working Community of Bicycle-friendly Municipalities in Baden-Württemberg has carried out the pilot project "Safety Lanes" from 2010-

12. September 2016 | Praxisbeispiel > Baden-Württemberg
UK
London's streets will become safer and more accessible for cyclists. On February 4th 2015 the Transport for London (TfL) Board has approved plans for the construction of four new cycle superhighways. The schemes will cost around £160m to deliver between now and the end of 2016
5. February 2015 | Nachrichten > UK
Landkreis Northeim - K 424
Advisory cycle lanes outside built-up areas
Investigating safety and attractivity of cycle route networks on rural roads
15. July 2013 | Praxisbeispiel > Germany
Brandenburgische Straße 2011
Integration of Noise Action and Traffic Planning
During the development of the Noise Action Plan of Berlin the administration noted that the design of certain streets were strongly focussed on motorised traffic . The widths of the lanes in some cases were larger than required taking the current amount of traffic into account, while at the same...
31. October 2012 | Praxisbeispiel > Berlin
Roundabout in Wabern near Bern (Switzerland)

The interaction between road users entering the roundabout and those who are on the circulatory carriageway is negotiated in flexible processes. The interaction of road users is not controlled by a central system such as traffic lights at each entry; instead, road users self-organise priority at...

1. October 2012 | Forschung Radverkehr >
Unfallrisiken beim Rad fahren

The increase in road safety was not matched by similar cycling safety gains in Germany in recent years. Accidents involving cyclists are still part and parcel of the transport system. In general, key factors are the behaviour of road users, the infrastructure, and the technology (of both bikes...

1. August 2012 | Forschung Radverkehr >
Bridge view of the Norrebrogade
Measures to incrase cycling
For the Norrebrogade it was decided to put it on a "Road diet" what ment to downsize it, to make it less attractive for cars. In return the cycle tracks width had been doubled in some places (up to 4 m) and further cyclist- and pedestrian-friendly changes in street spaces had been realised.
1. June 2010 | Praxisbeispiel > Denmark
Street space reserved for cycling

Main inner-city streets must meet the demands of bicycle and pedestrian traffic as well as cars and provide for loading areas, parking and bus traffic. The new state of the art for cycling facilities offers more options – most of which have already undergone safety tests – to manage cycling...

1. February 2010 | Forschung Radverkehr >
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