National Traffic & Transport Conference Abstracts 2021
Cycleway Design Toolbox: Designing for Cycling and Micromobility
Aurecon, New South Wales
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The Cycleway Design Toolbox provides guidance for practitioners on desired outcomes for cycling and micromobility in NSW. In addition to a suite of optimal road and intersection configurations for a range of cycleway types, the Toolbox establishes design principles for cycleways in specific contexts, including temporary initiatives, and public bicycle parking facilities. This presentation will provide an overview of the development of the Toolbox, the high-level principles for designing cycling friendly infrastructure, how to select the appropriate facility for particular environments, and delve into detail on cycleway design and trade-offs/implications/considerations to bear in mind.
Bright Pryde | Aurecon
Bright is a Senior Transport Planner Aurecon with over nine years’ experience in the built environment sector in Australia and the UK. With a background in transport/land use policy and urbanism, Bright has led on and contributed to major infrastructure projects and key strategic pieces of work for both private and public sector clients.
Bright was the lead author for the TfNSW Cycleway Design Toolbox: Designing for Cycling and Micromobility, which is the guideline for planning and design of cycling facilities in Greater Sydney.
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