Comfort

One of the five main demands used to measure the quality of cycling infrastructure (the others are safetydirectness, cohesion and attractiveness).

Comfort means little interaction with motor traffic; no noise or pollution. Cycle routes should also be easily navigable by all types of users, with good surfacing, good signage, and also understandable.Cycling infrastructure comfortFrom 'Cycle Traffic and the Strategic Road Network' - 

Infrastructure shall meet design standards for alignment and surface quality, and cater for all types of user, including children and disabled people.