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Delivering Safe, Comfortable, and Connected Pedestrian and Bicycle Networks: A Review of International Practices

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Figure 1. "Cykelslangen" Bicycle Bridge, Copenhagen, Denmark
Figure 2. Bicycle Street, Næstved, Denmark
Figure 3. Shared Use Path Grade Separations, Haderslev, Denmark
Figure 4. Example of Wider Median Island, Larger Raised Circle, Narrow Approach Lanes, and Circulating Lanes of Cyclist-Roundabout
Figure 5. Former Railroad Corridor with Below-Street Grade Alignment Provides Fast Route for Pedestrians and Cyclists Through Helsinki, Finland
Figure 6. Bicycle Free Right-Turn/Advanced Bicycle Stop Bar Design, Viborg, Denmark
Figure 7. Right-Turn Bypass, Odense, Denmark
Figure 8. Bicycle Exemption from Traffic Signal Control at T-Intersection, Odense, Denmark
Figure 9. Raised Priority Crossing, Yarra, Australia
Figure 10. Blank-Out Bicycle Warning Sign, Waimea River Bridge, Appleby, New Zealand
Figure 11. One lane, with on-street parking, and two-lane priority bicycle streets in Oss, the Netherlands.
Figure 12. Set-Back Stop Bar, Odense, Denmark


Table 1. Desired Intersection Traffic Control, 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands

Updated: 9/3/2015
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