This week's Good Facility is a cycle path right on the outskirts of the city of Nijmegen.
This week's Good Facility is Sidney Street in Cambridge city centre - an example of an (effectively) pedestrianised street, that allows cycling throughout the day, in both directions.
This week's Good Facility is an example of 'invisible infrastructure' - streets that don't appear to have any cycling infrastructure, but are still high quality cycling environments
This week's Good Facility is an example of a cycleway crossing a local estate access road, with priority, in the Dutch town of Veenendaal.
This week's Good Facility is a bi-directional cycleway on the Hogeweidebrug in Utrecht.
Priority for cycling is obviously desirable, but there are often circumstances where it is more appropriate to give priority to motor traffic, and to let people cycling decide for themselves when i
This week's Good Facility is a standard, two-metre-wide cycleway, as typically found as part of main roads in Amsterdam.
Streets are rarely 'too narrow' for cycling infastructure, as this week's Good Facility - a street in Utrecht - demonstates.
This week's Good Facility is a 'floating' bus stop, or bus stop bypass - a design that removes interactions between buses and cycling, improving the efficiency of the bus network and re
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