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Photo Essay: 19 Separated Bike Lane Innovations

"Short thick bollards in New York, NY"

Good ways to separate bike and pedestrian traffic could be a post of its own. (Photo credit BeyondDC)

Short thick bollards in New York, NY


  1. November 14, 2013 at 9:58 am PDT | Joshua Putnam writes:

    How is a cyclist supposed to pass that pedicab blocking the path up ahead? If a path is going to be barrier-limited, it needs to be wide enough to allow safe passing.

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  2. November 14, 2013 at 12:42 pm PDT | cycling.coach writes:

    Good idea to separate cyclist from pedestrians for a multitude of reasons (would you place pedestrians on the roadway to share with automobiles?). Yet, once again, the “thick bollards” pose an imminent collision threat to cyclists. Placing a 48″ cyclone fence between the bollards and the bike lane would mitigate the threat AND protect cyclists/pedestrians/motorists.

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  3. November 15, 2013 at 12:55 pm PDT | BeyondDC writes:

    How about attributing these photos to the people who took them? I took this photo and am happy to share it under a Creative Commons license, but you do not appear to be using it correctly. Original: http://www.flickr.com/photos/beyonddc/3932478758/in/set-72157635024345311

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    • November 16, 2013 at 8:38 am PDT | Nick Aster writes:

      Thanks for letting us know! This essay was a repost from People for Bikes so the attribution got lost. I’ve added it now!

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