February	  2012	  San	  Antonio,	  TX	  
1.  Iden8fying	  the	  Need	  2.  Exploring	  the	  Contents	  3.  Future	  Ini8a8ves	  
Where	  did	  the	  guide	  come	  from?	  
The	  need	  to	  facilitate	  balance	  
ALrac8ng	  new	  users	                     Strong	  and	            Interested	  but	                     Fearless	      ...
Pre-­‐2011	  Bikeway	  Design	  Guidance	  	  
“The	  bicycle	  has	  become	  an	  important	  element	  for	  considera5on	  in	  the	  highway	  design	  process.	  F...
Post	  2011	  Bikeway	  Design	  Guidance	  
New	  York,	  NY	             4	  years	                   	                 255	  	            bike	  lane	          mile...
Portland,	  OR	             20	  years	                    	            320	  mile	            bikeway	            network...
Chicago,	  IL	                                   	                                   100	  Miles	  of	                    ...
What	  is	  the	  NACTO	  Urban	  Bikeway	  Design	  Guide?	  	  
A	  Collec8on	  of	  21	  Innova8ve	  Bikeway	  Designs	    BIKE	  LANES	                                    SIGNALS	    -...
Required,	  Recommended	  and	  Op8onal	  
Online	  Guide	  &	  Slideshows	  
 Contextual	  Renderings	  
Case	  Studies	  and	  Sample	  Drawings	  	  
BIKE	  LANES	  
Bike	  Lanes	        Conven;onal	  Bike	  Lanes	        	        	        Buffered	  Bike	  Lanes	        	        	       ...
CONVENTIONAL BIKE LANES
Conven8onal	  Bike	  Lane	  	        NEW	  YORK	  CITY	  
CLARENDON	  ROAD,	  BROOKLYN,	  NY	  Conven;onal	  Bike	  Lane	  	  
EXISTING                              25’                          25’      Sidewalk                                      ...
Conven8onal	  Bike	  Lane	  AUSTIN,	  TX	  	  
Conven8onal	  Bike	  Lane	  NEW	  YORK	  CITY	  
BUFFERED	  BIKE	  LANES	  
BUFFERED	  BIKE	  LANES	  •  Greater	  comfort	       level	  than	       conven;onal	  bike	       lane	  	  •  Passing	 ...
DEKALB	  AVENUE,	  BROOKLYN,	  NY	  Buffered	  Bike	  Lane	  	  
Buffered	  Bike	  Lane	  NEW	  YORK	  CITY	  
CONTRA-­‐FLOW	  BIKE	  LANES	  
CHICAGO	  	     CONTRAFLOW	                    BIKE	  LANES	                    •  Connec;vity	                    •  Legi...
OCEAN	  PARKWAY,	  BROOKLYN,	  NY	  Contraflow	  Bike	  Lane	  	  
Contra	  Flow	  Bike	  Lane	  OLYMPIA,	  WA	  
LEFT	  SIDE	  BIKE	  LANES	  
LEFT	  SIDE	  BIKE	  LANES	  •  Decrease	  risk	  of	     dooring	  •  Avoid	  conflicts	     with	  Bus	  pick-­‐ups,	    ...
West	  10th	  &	  Christopher	  Streets	  LeF	  Side	  Bike	  Lane	  	  
EXISTING                                Combined Parking/           Sidewalk                                              ...
Led	  Side	  	  Bike	  Lane	  	  BOSTON,	  MA	  
CYCLE	  TRACKS	  
Cycle	  Tracks	     One-­‐Way	  Protected	  Cycle	  Tracks	     	     	     	     	     Raised	  Cycle	  Tracks	     	    ...
ONE	  WAY	  PROTECTED	  CYCLE	  TRACK	  
ONE	  WAY	                    One	  way	  cycle	  track	  PROTECTED	  CYCLE	                   Long	  Beach,	  CA	  TRACK	...
FIRST	  AVENUE,	  NEW	  YORK,	  NY	  Conven;onal	  Bike	  Lane	  	  
NEW	  YORK	  CITY	  
One	  way	  cycle	  track	  	         PORTLAND,	  OR	  
RAISED	  CYCLE	  TRACK	  
RAISED	  	  CYCLE	  TRACK	   •  Raised	  to	      sidewalk-­‐level	  or	      intermediate	  curb	   •  Capital	      Reco...
SANDS	  STREET,	  BROOKLYN,	  NY	  Raised	  Cycle	  Track	  (Centerline)	  	  
Raised	  Cycle	  Track	   VANCOUVER,	  BC	  
Raised	  (Contraflow)	  Cycle	  Track	                      DENVER,	  CO	  
TWO-­‐WAY	  CYCLE	  TRACK	  
TWO-­‐WAY	  CYCLE	  TRACK	  •  “Edge”	     condi;ons	  with	     few	  crossings	  •  Contra-­‐flow	     movement	  on	    ...
PROSPECT	  PARK	  WEST,	  BROOKLYN,	  NY	  Two-­‐way	  Cycle	  Track	  	  
Two-­‐way	  Cycle	  Track	  NEW	  YORK,	  NY	  
KENT	  AVENUE,	  BROOKLYN,	  NY	  Two-­‐way	  Cycle	  Track	  	  
Two-­‐way	  Cycle	  Track	  WASHINGTON	  DC	  
INTERSECTIONS	  
Facilitates	  eye	     Heightens	  the	                  Denotes	  a	  clear	  contact	  and	         level	  of	  Visibil...
Intersec8ons	                                       	                                       	  Bike	  Boxes	              ...
CYCLE	  TRACK	  INTERSECTION	  APPROACH	  
CYCLE	  TRACK	  INTERSECTION	  APPROACH	  •  Increases	     visibility	  	  •  Mi;gates	  risk	  of	     right	  or	  leF	...
WASHINGTON,	  DC	  
NEW	  YORK,	  NY	  
BIKE	  BOXES	  
BIKE	  BOX	   •  Prevents	  “Right	      Hook”	  collisions	   •  Gives	  bicyclists	      priority	  at	      signalized	...
PORTLAND,	  OR	  
NEW	  YORK,	  NY	  
INTERSECTION	  CROSSING	  MARKINGS	  
INTERSECTION	  CROSSING	  MARKINGS	   •  Increases	      bicyclist	  visibility	   •  More	  predictable	      bicycle	   ...
Kinzie	  Street,	  CHICAGO,	  IL	  
VANCOUVER,	  BC	  
TWO	  STAGE	  TURN	  QUEUE	  BOXES	  
TWO	  STAGE	  TURN	  QUEUE	  BOXES	  
TWO-­‐STAGE	  TURN	  QUEUE	   •  Facilitates	  safe	      leF	  or	  right	  turn	   •  Typically	  used	      with	  cycl...
NEW	  YORK,	  NY	  
MEDIAN	  REFUGE	  ISLAND	  
MEDIAN	  REFUGE	  ISLAND	  •  Facilitates	  bike-­‐ped	     crossing	  of	     unsignalized	     intersec;on	  •  Common	 ...
VANCOUVER,	  CA	  
THROUGH	  BIKE	  LANES	  
THROUGH	  BIKE	  LANES	  •  Enable	  correct	     posi;oning	  at	     the	  intersec;on	  •  Reduce	  conflicts	     with	...
EUGENE,	  OR	  
COMBINED	  BIKE	  LANE/TURN	  LANE	  
COMBINED	  BIKE	  LANE/TURN	  LANE	  •  Sugges;on	  lane	     with	  dedicated	     turn	  lane	  •  For	  intersec;ons	  ...
SIGNALS	  
Signals	          Bicycle	  Signal	  Heads	          	          	          Signal	  Detec;on	  	          and	  Actua;on	 ...
BICYCLE	  SIGNAL	  HEADS	  
BICYCLE	  SIGNAL	  HEADS	  •  Separate	  bicycle	     movements	  from	     conflic;ng	  car,	     pedestrian,	  lightrail,...
Long	  Beach,	  CA	  
Near-­‐side	  Signal	  	  Smaller	  Lens	  and	  Stencil	  
SIGNAL	  ACTUATION	  &	  DETECTION	  
SIGNAL	  ACTUATION	  &	  DETECTION	  4	  Types	  •  Loop	  •  Video	  •  Push-­‐Budon	  •  Microwave	                     ...
ACTIVE	  WARNING	  BEACON	  
ACTIVE	  WARNING	    BEACON	  •  User-­‐actuated	     amber	  flashing	  lights	  •  Actuated	  by	     detec;on	  or	  pus...
HYBRID	  SIGNAL	  
Hybrid	  Signal	                        •  More	  flexible	  than	                           tradi;onal	  signalized	      ...
TUCSON,	  AZ	  
SIGNING	  &	  MARKING	  
Signing	  and	  Marking	      Colored	  Bicycle	  Facili;es	      	      	      	      Shared	  Lane	  Markings	      	   ...
COLORED	  BICYCLE	  FACILITIES	  
Colored	  Bike	  Facili8es	  Commonly	  applied	  at	  	  •  Intersec;ons	  •  Driveways	  •  Conflict	  Areas	  •  Along	 ...
SAN	  FRANCISCO	  
SHARED	  LANE	  MARKINGS	  
Shared	  Lane	  Marking	  •  More	  flexible	  than	     tradi;onal	  signalized	     intersec;ons	  for	     bicycle	  cro...
LONG	  BEACH,	  CA	  
BIKE	  ROUTE	  WAYFINDING	  SIGNAGE	  
BIKE	  ROUTE	    WAYFINDING	    SIGNAGE	  •  Confirma;on	  Signs	  •  Turn	  Signs	  •  Decision	  Signs	  	               ...
VANCOUVER,	  WA	  
NEW	  YORK,	  NY	  
Credit:	  Jason	  Padon,	  City	  of	  Oakland	  
The	  NACTO	  Urban	  Bikeway	  Design	  Guide	                            Module	  II	  and	  Next	  Steps	  	  
Module	  Two	  (2012)	  •  Bike	  Boulevards	  •  Contextual	  Guidance	  •  Updates	  and	     Enhancements	  Future	  Mo...
Module	  II:	  Bicycle	  Boulevards	  	  
Contextual	  Guidance	  	  
Green	  Bike	  Facili8es	  	  How	  to	  make	  it	  last?	  	  
New	  Materials	  	  
Maintenance	  	  
ADA	  Accessibility	  	  
Bus-­‐Bike	  Lanes	         	  Advisory	  Bike	  Lanes	  	  
Bikes	  with	  Transit	  	  
Network	  Planning	  	  
Bicycle	  Parking	  	  
Looking	  towards	  the	  future	  
Walkability	                    Bikeability	           	                               	       0.5	  M	                   ...
Achieving	  a	  Grid	  of	  Connec8ons:	  	  Fragments	  
Achieving	  a	  Grid	  of	  Connec8ons:	  	  Safe	  Routes	  
Achieving	  a	  Grid	  of	  Connec8ons:	  	  Mul8ple	  Op8ons	  
Streets	  for	  Buses,	  Transit,	  Bikes,	  and	  Pedestrians	  Sidewalk   Bicycle       Buffer &        Parking/   Trave...
Shared	  Space	  (woonerf)	  
Ron	  Thaniel	  Execu;ve	  Director	  NACTO	  	  David	  Vega-­‐Barachowitz	  Sustainable	  Ini;a;ves	  Program	  Manager	...
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  1. 1. February  2012  San  Antonio,  TX  
  2. 2. 1.  Iden8fying  the  Need  2.  Exploring  the  Contents  3.  Future  Ini8a8ves  
  3. 3. Where  did  the  guide  come  from?  
  4. 4. The  need  to  facilitate  balance  
  5. 5. ALrac8ng  new  users   Strong  and   Interested  but   Fearless   Concerned   <  1%   60%   Chart  credit:  City  of  Portland  
  6. 6. Pre-­‐2011  Bikeway  Design  Guidance    
  7. 7. “The  bicycle  has  become  an  important  element  for  considera5on  in  the  highway  design  process.  Fortunately,  the  exis1ng  street  and  highway  system  provides  most  of  the  mileage  needed  for  bicycle  travel.”    •  900  pages  of  guidance  •  Less  than  1  page  on  bicycles  
  8. 8. Post  2011  Bikeway  Design  Guidance  
  9. 9. New  York,  NY   4  years     255     bike  lane   miles  added     45%     growth  in   commuter   cycling     72%   decrease  in   average  risk   of  injury    
  10. 10. Portland,  OR   20  years     320  mile   bikeway   network     210%     growth  in  bike   commu;ng       100%  decrease     in  crash  rate     $100  million     bike  industry    
  11. 11. Chicago,  IL     100  Miles  of   Cycle  Track  by   2015     25  in  2011-­‐12     500  mile   bikeway   network  by   2015    Credit:  Steven  Vance  
  12. 12. What  is  the  NACTO  Urban  Bikeway  Design  Guide?    
  13. 13. A  Collec8on  of  21  Innova8ve  Bikeway  Designs   BIKE  LANES   SIGNALS   -­‐Conven;onal  Bike  Lanes   -­‐Bicycle  Signal  Heads   -­‐LeF-­‐side  Bike  Lanes   -­‐Signal  Acua;on  and  Detec;on   -­‐Contra-­‐Flow  Bike  Lanes   -­‐Ac;ve  Warning  Beacon  for  Bike   -­‐Buffered  Bike  Lanes   Route  at  Unsignalized  Intersec;on     -­‐Hybrid  Signal  for  Bike  Route  Crossing   of  Major  Street   CYCLE  TRACKS     -­‐One-­‐way  Protected  Cycle  Tracks   -­‐Raised  Cycle  Tracks   INTERSECTIONS   -­‐Two-­‐way  Cycle  Tracks   -­‐Bike  Boxes     -­‐Intersec;on  Crossing  Markings   -­‐Two-­‐stage  Turn  Queue  Boxes   SIGNING  &  MARKING   -­‐Median  Refuge  Island   -­‐Bike  Route  Wayfinding  Signage   -­‐Through  Bike  Lanes   and  Markings  System   -­‐Combined  Bike  Lane   -­‐Colored  Bike  Facili;es   -­‐Cycle  Track  Intersec;on  Approach   -­‐Shared  Lane  Markings        
  14. 14. Required,  Recommended  and  Op8onal  
  15. 15. Online  Guide  &  Slideshows  
  16. 16.  Contextual  Renderings  
  17. 17. Case  Studies  and  Sample  Drawings    
  18. 18. BIKE  LANES  
  19. 19. Bike  Lanes   Conven;onal  Bike  Lanes       Buffered  Bike  Lanes       Contra-­‐Flow  Bike  Lane       LeF-­‐Side  Bike  Lane  
  20. 20. CONVENTIONAL BIKE LANES
  21. 21. Conven8onal  Bike  Lane     NEW  YORK  CITY  
  22. 22. CLARENDON  ROAD,  BROOKLYN,  NY  Conven;onal  Bike  Lane    
  23. 23. EXISTING 25’ 25’ Sidewalk Sidewalk Combined Parking/ Combined Parking/ Moving Lane Moving Lane 50’PROPOSED 9’ 5’ 11’ 11’ 5’ 9’ Sidewalk Sidewalk Parking Moving Moving Parking Lane Lane Lane Lane
  24. 24. Conven8onal  Bike  Lane  AUSTIN,  TX    
  25. 25. Conven8onal  Bike  Lane  NEW  YORK  CITY  
  26. 26. BUFFERED  BIKE  LANES  
  27. 27. BUFFERED  BIKE  LANES  •  Greater  comfort   level  than   conven;onal  bike   lane    •  Passing  zone  •  Less  effec;ve  on   streets  with  loading   or  double-­‐parking   SEATTLE  
  28. 28. DEKALB  AVENUE,  BROOKLYN,  NY  Buffered  Bike  Lane    
  29. 29. Buffered  Bike  Lane  NEW  YORK  CITY  
  30. 30. CONTRA-­‐FLOW  BIKE  LANES  
  31. 31. CHICAGO     CONTRAFLOW   BIKE  LANES   •  Connec;vity   •  Legi;mize  two-­‐ way  riding  short-­‐ cuts   •  Low-­‐volume,  low   speed  routes  
  32. 32. OCEAN  PARKWAY,  BROOKLYN,  NY  Contraflow  Bike  Lane    
  33. 33. Contra  Flow  Bike  Lane  OLYMPIA,  WA  
  34. 34. LEFT  SIDE  BIKE  LANES  
  35. 35. LEFT  SIDE  BIKE  LANES  •  Decrease  risk  of   dooring  •  Avoid  conflicts   with  Bus  pick-­‐ups,   truck  loading  •  Streets  with  heavy   right  turning   movements  
  36. 36. West  10th  &  Christopher  Streets  LeF  Side  Bike  Lane    
  37. 37. EXISTING Combined Parking/ Sidewalk Sidewalk Moving Lanes 34’PROPOSED 9’ 11’ 5’ 9’ Sidewalk Sidewalk Parking Moving Parking Lane Lane Lane
  38. 38. Led  Side    Bike  Lane    BOSTON,  MA  
  39. 39. CYCLE  TRACKS  
  40. 40. Cycle  Tracks   One-­‐Way  Protected  Cycle  Tracks           Raised  Cycle  Tracks         Two-­‐way  Cycle  Tracks  
  41. 41. ONE  WAY  PROTECTED  CYCLE  TRACK  
  42. 42. ONE  WAY   One  way  cycle  track  PROTECTED  CYCLE   Long  Beach,  CA  TRACK   •  Decreases  stress,   increases  comfort   on  high  traffic   streets   •  LeF-­‐side   applica;on  with   bus  routes   •  Parking  lane  as   protec;on   Credit:  Bikeable  Communi;es  
  43. 43. FIRST  AVENUE,  NEW  YORK,  NY  Conven;onal  Bike  Lane    
  44. 44. NEW  YORK  CITY  
  45. 45. One  way  cycle  track     PORTLAND,  OR  
  46. 46. RAISED  CYCLE  TRACK  
  47. 47. RAISED    CYCLE  TRACK   •  Raised  to   sidewalk-­‐level  or   intermediate  curb   •  Capital   Reconstruc;on   Project   •  Decrease  Sidewalk   riding   CAMBRIDGE,  MA  
  48. 48. SANDS  STREET,  BROOKLYN,  NY  Raised  Cycle  Track  (Centerline)    
  49. 49. Raised  Cycle  Track   VANCOUVER,  BC  
  50. 50. Raised  (Contraflow)  Cycle  Track   DENVER,  CO  
  51. 51. TWO-­‐WAY  CYCLE  TRACK  
  52. 52. TWO-­‐WAY  CYCLE  TRACK  •  “Edge”   condi;ons  with   few  crossings  •  Contra-­‐flow   movement  on   one-­‐way  street  •  Not  enough   room  for  one-­‐ way  cycle  track   on  both  sides  of   the  street  
  53. 53. PROSPECT  PARK  WEST,  BROOKLYN,  NY  Two-­‐way  Cycle  Track    
  54. 54. Two-­‐way  Cycle  Track  NEW  YORK,  NY  
  55. 55. KENT  AVENUE,  BROOKLYN,  NY  Two-­‐way  Cycle  Track    
  56. 56. Two-­‐way  Cycle  Track  WASHINGTON  DC  
  57. 57. INTERSECTIONS  
  58. 58. Facilitates  eye   Heightens  the   Denotes  a  clear  contact  and   level  of  Visibility      right-­‐of-­‐way    awareness  with  compe8ng  modes.    
  59. 59. Intersec8ons      Bike  Boxes   Through  Bike     Lanes          Intersec;on     Combined  Bike    Crossing     Lane/Turn  Lane  Markings          Two-­‐Stage  Turn     Cycle  Track  Queue  Boxes   Intersec;on       Approach  Median  Refuge      Island  
  60. 60. CYCLE  TRACK  INTERSECTION  APPROACH  
  61. 61. CYCLE  TRACK  INTERSECTION  APPROACH  •  Increases   visibility    •  Mi;gates  risk  of   right  or  leF  hook   conflict  •  Parking  removal   near  intersec;on  •  Transi;on  to   mixing  zone  or   parallel  to  turn   lane     NEW  YORK,  NY  
  62. 62. WASHINGTON,  DC  
  63. 63. NEW  YORK,  NY  
  64. 64. BIKE  BOXES  
  65. 65. BIKE  BOX   •  Prevents  “Right   Hook”  collisions   •  Gives  bicyclists   priority  at   signalized   intersec;ons   •  Clears   intersec;on  of   cyclists  quickly   SAN  FRANCISCO  
  66. 66. PORTLAND,  OR  
  67. 67. NEW  YORK,  NY  
  68. 68. INTERSECTION  CROSSING  MARKINGS  
  69. 69. INTERSECTION  CROSSING  MARKINGS   •  Increases   bicyclist  visibility   •  More  predictable   bicycle   movements   •  Reduces  conflicts   between   motorists  and   bicyclists   SEATTLE,  WA  
  70. 70. Kinzie  Street,  CHICAGO,  IL  
  71. 71. VANCOUVER,  BC  
  72. 72. TWO  STAGE  TURN  QUEUE  BOXES  
  73. 73. TWO  STAGE  TURN  QUEUE  BOXES  
  74. 74. TWO-­‐STAGE  TURN  QUEUE   •  Facilitates  safe   leF  or  right  turn   •  Typically  used   with  cycle  tracks   •  Used    when   merging  is  not  an   op;on  or   poten;ally   dangerous   OTTAWA,  CA  
  75. 75. NEW  YORK,  NY  
  76. 76. MEDIAN  REFUGE  ISLAND  
  77. 77. MEDIAN  REFUGE  ISLAND  •  Facilitates  bike-­‐ped   crossing  of   unsignalized   intersec;on  •  Common  bike   boulevard   treatment  •  Can  double  as   diverter  to  restrict   through  traffic  
  78. 78. VANCOUVER,  CA  
  79. 79. THROUGH  BIKE  LANES  
  80. 80. THROUGH  BIKE  LANES  •  Enable  correct   posi;oning  at   the  intersec;on  •  Reduce  conflicts   with  turning   traffic  •  More  predictable   bicyclist  and   motorist   movements   LONG  BEACH,  CA  
  81. 81. EUGENE,  OR  
  82. 82. COMBINED  BIKE  LANE/TURN  LANE  
  83. 83. COMBINED  BIKE  LANE/TURN  LANE  •  Sugges;on  lane   with  dedicated   turn  lane  •  For  intersec;ons   without   sufficient  space   for  Through  Bike   Lane   LONG  BEACH,  CA  
  84. 84. SIGNALS  
  85. 85. Signals   Bicycle  Signal  Heads       Signal  Detec;on     and  Actua;on       Ac;ve  Warning  Beacon     for  Bike  Route  at  Unsignalized   Intersec;on     Hybrid  Signal  for     Bike  Route  Crossing     of  a  Major  Street  
  86. 86. BICYCLE  SIGNAL  HEADS  
  87. 87. BICYCLE  SIGNAL  HEADS  •  Separate  bicycle   movements  from   conflic;ng  car,   pedestrian,  lightrail,   and  streetcar   movement  •  Lower  placement  •  Near  side  •  Smaller  lens  &   housing  (visual   varia;on)   NEW  YORK,  NY  
  88. 88. Long  Beach,  CA  
  89. 89. Near-­‐side  Signal    Smaller  Lens  and  Stencil  
  90. 90. SIGNAL  ACTUATION  &  DETECTION  
  91. 91. SIGNAL  ACTUATION  &  DETECTION  4  Types  •  Loop  •  Video  •  Push-­‐Budon  •  Microwave   PALO  ALTO,  CA  
  92. 92. ACTIVE  WARNING  BEACON  
  93. 93. ACTIVE  WARNING   BEACON  •  User-­‐actuated   amber  flashing  lights  •  Actuated  by   detec;on  or  push   budon  •  Hybrid  Bicycle-­‐ Pedestrian  use   BOULDER,  CO  
  94. 94. HYBRID  SIGNAL  
  95. 95. Hybrid  Signal   •  More  flexible  than   tradi;onal  signalized   intersec;ons  for   bicycle  crossings   •  Especially  useful  for   bike  boulevard   crossings  PORTLAND,  OR  
  96. 96. TUCSON,  AZ  
  97. 97. SIGNING  &  MARKING  
  98. 98. Signing  and  Marking   Colored  Bicycle  Facili;es         Shared  Lane  Markings         Bike  Route  Wayfinding     Signage  and  Marking  System  
  99. 99. COLORED  BICYCLE  FACILITIES  
  100. 100. Colored  Bike  Facili8es  Commonly  applied  at    •  Intersec;ons  •  Driveways  •  Conflict  Areas  •  Along  cycle  tracks   or  enhanced   facili;es   BOSTON  
  101. 101. SAN  FRANCISCO  
  102. 102. SHARED  LANE  MARKINGS  
  103. 103. Shared  Lane  Marking  •  More  flexible  than   tradi;onal  signalized   intersec;ons  for   bicycle  crossings  •  Especially  useful  for   bike  boulevard   crossings  •  Can  be  used  as  a   wayfinding  marking   and/or  to  denote  a   shared  roadway   PORTLAND,  OR  
  104. 104. LONG  BEACH,  CA  
  105. 105. BIKE  ROUTE  WAYFINDING  SIGNAGE  
  106. 106. BIKE  ROUTE   WAYFINDING   SIGNAGE  •  Confirma;on  Signs  •  Turn  Signs  •  Decision  Signs     PORTLAND,  OR  
  107. 107. VANCOUVER,  WA  
  108. 108. NEW  YORK,  NY  
  109. 109. Credit:  Jason  Padon,  City  of  Oakland  
  110. 110. The  NACTO  Urban  Bikeway  Design  Guide   Module  II  and  Next  Steps    
  111. 111. Module  Two  (2012)  •  Bike  Boulevards  •  Contextual  Guidance  •  Updates  and   Enhancements  Future  Modules  •  Network  Planning  •  Bicycle  Parking  
  112. 112. Module  II:  Bicycle  Boulevards    
  113. 113. Contextual  Guidance    
  114. 114. Green  Bike  Facili8es    How  to  make  it  last?    
  115. 115. New  Materials    
  116. 116. Maintenance    
  117. 117. ADA  Accessibility    
  118. 118. Bus-­‐Bike  Lanes    Advisory  Bike  Lanes    
  119. 119. Bikes  with  Transit    
  120. 120. Network  Planning    
  121. 121. Bicycle  Parking    
  122. 122. Looking  towards  the  future  
  123. 123. Walkability   Bikeability       0.5  M   1.5  M   10  minutes   10  minutes        
  124. 124. Achieving  a  Grid  of  Connec8ons:    Fragments  
  125. 125. Achieving  a  Grid  of  Connec8ons:    Safe  Routes  
  126. 126. Achieving  a  Grid  of  Connec8ons:    Mul8ple  Op8ons  
  127. 127. Streets  for  Buses,  Transit,  Bikes,  and  Pedestrians  Sidewalk Bicycle Buffer & Parking/ Travel Lanes Dedicated Path Pedestrian Island Loading Bus Lane
  128. 128. Shared  Space  (woonerf)  
  129. 129. Ron  Thaniel  Execu;ve  Director  NACTO    David  Vega-­‐Barachowitz  Sustainable  Ini;a;ves  Program  Manager  NACTO    david@nacto.org  (212)  839-­‐6421      

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