This week's Good Facility is a pair of bi-directional cycleways alongside a major road in the west of Amsterdam.
Perhaps in the UK this would be a four lane road for motor traffic. Instead in Amsterdam there is just one lane for motor traffic in each direction, separated by grass medians. The cycleways on each side of the road are bi-directional (two-way) meaning people do not have to cross the road to make trips in the 'wrong' direction.
There are multiple crossing points for walking and cycling along this road, at locations where they are required.
This road design is also an excellent example of the application of the homogeneity principle in Sustainable Safety - the movements in different directions, and objects of different mass, are completely separated.