Sunday, July 10, 2011

Bicycle Turning Movements Striping from a 2-Way Cycletrack

Found this application in Amsterdam and this goes in the "we would need to work really hard to make a 2-Way cycle track work.
The small signal head on the pole that seems normally reserved for bikes is for cars (there is no bike lane due to the cycletrack). I am also assuming that the cycle track goes back to one way after this picture. I turned here because the striping was so compelling.
The through movement for bicycles is prioritized and the intersecting traffic has the yield markers. The turning cyclists go beyond this point and turn on the other side of the median where the cargo bike is parked.
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