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Sunday, 18 December 2016
A decent cycle lane


Nanterre has some decent segregated cycling infrastructure, such as this cycle lane. Depending on the time of day I see children, adults and disabled people making use of this lane. It is bidirectional - cyclists are on one side of the road, and cycle in both directions here. This has advantages and disadvantages. At a nearby spot the cycle lane crosses the road, and I noticed one cyclist continue on the pedestrian path. He was going to a building 30 metres beyond the crossing, so it didn’t make sense for him to cross at the cycle/pedestrian crossing (which has a traffic light) and then cross back to his destination a mere 30 metres further on.

Posted by bigblue on 18/12/2016 at 08:05 PM
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