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Urban Bicycle Design Resources

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NACTO (National Association of City Transportation Officals) has posted a fine list of resources pertaining to urban bicycle planning and design.  I’ve included the links below and more information can be found on their website at http://www.nacto.org/citiesforcycling.html 

Chicago Bike Lane Design Guide (pdf)

Minneapolis Bicycle Facility Manual (pdf – large file size)

New City York Street Design Manual

New York City’s Ninth Avenue Bicycle Path and Complete Street, for ITE (pdf)

Portland Bikeway Design Best Practices, Appendix D

San Francisco Bicycle Plan Update: Supplemental Design Guidelines (pdf)

San Francisco Shared Markings Study (pdf)

Cycle Tracks: Lessons Learned, from Alta Planning & Design

Fundamentals of Bicycle Boulevard Planning & Design, from the Initiative for Bicycle & Pedestrian Innovation

Bike Sharing/Public Bikes: An Overview of Programs, Vendors and Technologies, from Alta Planning & Design

International Scan Summary Report on Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety and Mobility, Federal Highway Administration

Infrastructure, Programs, and Policies to Increase Bicycling: An International Review, Pucher, J., Dill, J., and Handy, S. (pdf)

At the Frontiers of Cycling: Policy Innovations from the Netherlands, Denmark and Germany, World Transport Policy and Practice, Volume 13, Number 3 (pdf)

Design Manual for Bicycle Traffic, CROW (The Netherlands) (for purchase)

Technical Handbook of Bikeway Design, Vélo Québec (Canada) (for purchase)

London Cycling Design Standards, Transport for London (UK)

Cycling Guidelines and Practical Details Issue 2, Sustrans (UK)

Collection of Cycle Concepts, Danish Road Directorate (Denmark)

Get your read on!

– The Salty Dog

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Written by yellow fork

December 10, 2009 at 10:05 pm

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