A quick view produced to help show how the wayleaves controlled by the Zambian electricity supply could be surfaced to provide bidirectional cycle lanes and paved walking space. The heavy fortifications are unfortunately needed to prevent the lanes from being used by trucks and car drivers.
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 […]
What would it look Like if local authorities built roads for cars in the way they build tracks for cycles. And if they built tracks for cycles in the way they build roads for cars?