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Geen smalle fietsstroken meer (no more narrow bicycle lanes)

Publisher: 
Fietsberaad
Publication date: 
June 2014
Abstract: 

Fietsstroken kom je in alle mogelijke varianten tegen. Er zijn ‘echte’ fietsstroken, voorzien van een fietssymbool, en fietssugges- tiestroken zonder fietssymbool. Maar ook uitwijkstroken zien er soms uit als een fietssuggestiestrook. Voor de weggebruiker is het vaak één pot nat. En wegbeheerders passen ze heel verschillend toe. Een discussienota van CROW-Fietsberaad geeft de aanzet tot meer uniformiteit in de toepassing en meer ruimte voor de fietser.

Cycling in Pedestrian Areas

Publisher: 
Transport Research Laboratory (TRL)
Publication date: 
January 1993
Abstract: 

The main aim of this study was to determine whether any real factors contribute to the exclusion of cyclists from some pedestrian areas. In these areas where cycling is permitted, it has been achieved by: (a) shared use of the whole, or certain sections of the pedestrian area; (b) combined use with selected motor vehicles (eg buses and service vehicles); (c) time-restricted access; (d) special paths for cyclists. This study was in two stages, in stage one, 1 hour video recordings of pedestrian areas at 12 sites in England and at 9 sites in mainland Europe were taken.

Global Street Design Guide

Publisher: 
Island Press
Abstract: 

Free download. Created with the input of 72 cities in 42 countries, this new manual presents 21 street typologies and 50 unique street and intersection transformations applicable worldwide. With over 40 case studies, the Guide shows in actionable terms how to redesign streets to put people first. From moving more people with transit lanes, to dedicating space for vibrant economic activity like street vendors, this new global toolkit is applicable to a variety of contexts worldwide.

Mapping Cycle-friendliness – towards a national standard

Publisher: 
Cyclenation / CTC
Publication date: 
April 2008
Abstract: 

Cyclenation in collaboration with CTC would like the guidance contained in the appendices to this paper to be adopted as the national standard for cycle mapping in the UK. Cycle mapping has become far too diverse with many maps bearing little relation to the actual conditions for cyclists on the ground, with a unhealthy preoccupation with ‘facilities’. Now is the time to adopt a common approach to useful tool for all people using bicycles.

Letter to Secretary of State for Transport

Publisher: 
Cycling Embassy of Great Britain
Publication date: 
September 2012
Abstract: 

Letter to the new Secretary of State for Transport (Rt Hon Patrick McLoughlin MP) - 20 September 2012

 

 

Letter to Secretary of State for Health

Publisher: 
Cycling Embassy of Great Britain
Publication date: 
September 2012
Abstract: 

A letter to the new Secretary of State for Health (Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP) - 12 September 2012

Open Letter to Nick Clegg

Publisher: 
Cycling Embassy of Great Britain
Publication date: 
June 2012

CEoGB Board Structure AGM 2012

Publisher: 
Cycling Embassy of Great Britain
Publication date: 
May 2012
Abstract: 

Current Board structure of Cycling Embassy of Great Britain for review at AGM 2012

CEoGB Accounts & Treasurers Report AGM 2012

Publisher: 
Cycling Embassy of Great Britain
Publication date: 
May 2012
Abstract: 

Amended accounts from the 2012 AGM

CEoGB AGM 2012 Agenda

Publisher: 
Cycling Embassy of Great Britain
Publication date: 
May 2012
Abstract: 

Agenda for AGM to take place in Bristol on 26th May 2012.

 

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