Suite of Treatments

There are a range of different types of treatments that can be used on our roads to keep cyclists safe. 

New or improved bike lanes

New or improved bike lanes make it easier for riders and drivers to know where to position themselves on the street and to keep a safe look out for each other. 

New or improved bike lanes

Safer local street environments

By reducing traffic volumes and speeds, we can create safer local street environments for everyone. 

Safer local street environments

Separated lanes for riders and drivers

Separated lanes on busy roads support both riders and drivers to navigate with greater safety and confidence. 

Separated lanes for riders and drivers

Shared lanes for riders and drivers

Shared lane markings in quieter streets support riders and drivers to share the space when needed.

Shared lanes for riders and drivers

Safer intersections for riders and drivers

Increasing separation at intersections and/or controlling the allowed turn movements helps to reduce intersection complexity, and support safer movements for drivers and riders.

Safer intersections for riders and drivers

Shared spaces for riders and pedestrians

Where off-road facilities are shared between riders and pedestrians, increased messaging helps to remind everyone to share with care.

Shared spaces for riders and pedestrians

Community information

Information about new routes and changed conditions at key locations supports awareness of new travel options.

Community information

 

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