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
This week's Good Facility is a typical modern Dutch railway station in the town of Vleuten, outside of the city of Utrecht.
If people cycling have to deal with large roads and junctions, bi-directional cycleways are an important way of making it much easier to negotiate them.
This week's Good Facility is the new cycleway on Blackfriars Bridge in London.
Stepped cycleways are a reasonable alternative to fully protected cycleways when space is tight.
This week's Good Facility is a new cycleway on Hills Road in Cambridge.
This week's Good Facility is an example of one of the building blocks of bread-and-butter infrastructure - the two metre wide cycleway, alongside a main road.
This week's Good Facility (courtesy of HackneyCyclist) is a bi-directional cycleway passing directly under a taxiway a
This week's Good Facility is an example of a bi-directional cycleway, designed with clear priority across a minor side road, in Utrecht.
This week's Good Facility is a two-way cycle facility on the new De Oversteek bridge in Nijmegen, crossing the Waal river and linking Nijmegen to Gelderland.
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