Main requirements for cycling infrastructure, Tom Godefrooij

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Основни препоръки за изграждане на велосипедна инфраструктура, базирано на холандския опит, представено от Том Ходефрой по време на работното ателие "Мисли велосипедно", 5-6.02.2013г., гр. София, част от проекта "Всички на колела"

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Main requirements for cycling infrastructure, Tom Godefrooij

  1. 1. Main Requirements for Cycling InfrastructureAn introduction based on Dutch guidelinesTom Godefrooij > Sofia, 5 February 2013
  2. 2. Cyclist as starting point> Human powered> Balancing> Vulnerable> No (little) suspension> Open air> Social being> Limits to complexity> Profile of clearing space
  3. 3. 100 75 50 3025 25 25
  4. 4. Main requirements> Coherence> Directness> Attractiveness> Safety> Comfort
  5. 5. Coherence> Connectivity > Origin > destination > Completeness> Recognisability> Continuity> Signposting
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  8. 8. Directness> Minimise detoures > Fine meshed cycle network > Two directional road sections> Minimise delays > “Crossability” > Traffic light optimalisation
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  10. 10. Attractiveness> Pleasant surroundings > Small scale & variation > Shading> Minimum stress> Social security > Presence of people > Lighting
  11. 11. Safety> Minimise conflicts > E.g. segregation> Minimise outcome of conflicts > E.g. traffic calming> Allow for interaction between road users > E.g. make sure they see each other> Provide safety margins > E.g. don’t add up minimum widths
  12. 12. Basic principles for cyclist safety> High speeds and flows segregation> No segregation traffic calming> Predictable/simple manoeuvres > Avoid complexity
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  15. 15. Comfort> Minimise energy consumption > Number of stops > Smooth road surface > Minimise gradients> Make riding easy> Avoid uncomfortable manoeuvring
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  18. 18. Design of road infrastructure> Accomodate travel needsBut also> Communication with road users > Understandability / readability > Steering perceptions
  19. 19. Functional Road Design> Road functions > Flow > Distributor > Access> Balancing function, shape and use
  20. 20. function balance provokeuse shape adapt
  21. 21. Application of requirements> Network level> Route level> Facility level > Road sections > Intersections
  22. 22. Network design> Coherence > Origin / destination analysis > Understandable road hierarchy> Directness > Minimising detours and delays> Safety > Conflicts other networks > Choice of routes
  23. 23. Routes> The factual use of network links to get from A to B> Route choice possibility> Not so much a design issue> Quality check opportunity
  24. 24. Example of route from origing to destinationpagina 37 > 13-2-2013 > Typ de voettekst altijd via het tabblad invoegen | Kop- en voettekst
  25. 25. Facility level: Road sections> Safety > segregation or integration?> Directness > alignment> Comfort > smooth pavement, width, (no) narrowings...> Coherence > recognisability, continuity> Attractiveness > surrounding, social security
  26. 26. Facility level: Intersections> Comfort & directness: > Promotion of cycling = priority for cyclists > Minimize delays> Safety > Prevent or handle conflicts > Low speeds allow for interaction> Coherence > Continuity of routes across the intersection
  27. 27. Summary> Cyclist as starting point> 5 main requirements> Functional road design > balancing function, shape and use> Apply on network and facility level

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