This image is a thought experiment after completing the previous views which had bollards protecting the pavement and cycle tracks on top of drainage kerbing. Once the bollards are doing the job of protecting the cycle space, the kerb and level change becomes somewhat uneccessary. So I wanted to see what it would be like […]
Created for Patreon Subscriber George this is a view of Leopards Hill Road in Lusaka, Zambia to show how this main artery could be improved with protected space for cycling and walking. The style of concrete block protection and simple uncluttered space for walking and cycling is based on similar examples from existing schemes elsewhere […]
Protected cycle tracks and wide planting buffer zone on a typical Greater Manchester Key Route Network Road. Hedges on the buffer zone protect users of the cycle track & pavement from the sound and dirt protection created by the motor traffic on the main carraigeway. Side roads are closed to motor traffic, but left open […]
The A635 is part of Greater Manchester’s Key Route Network. These views are an exploration of what they could look like if protected cycle tracks and cyclops junctions were added.
A demonstration of how Dutch Entrance Kerbs can allow a pavement & cycle track to continue uninterrupted and flush across a side road.