Cycle lane installation

Discussion in 'Commuting' started by gambatte, 25 Jul 2012.

  1. gambatte

    gambatte Middle of the pack...

    Location:
    S Yorks
    I'm looking round on google etc for a definitive answer, but can anyone point me in the right direction?
    I'm looking for installation guidelines for a minimum width for an advisory cycle lane, on a 40mph dual carriageway.
    Local councils just done a resurfacing job. Todays the 1st time I've been down it now the white linings been done. I reckon the new lanes about 6" wider than its predecessor, which was obviously too small.
    I'd like to check my facts before approaching the local council/Streetpride
     
  2. Peowpeowpeowlasers

    Peowpeowpeowlasers Well-Known Member

    http://assets.dft.gov.uk/publications/traffic-signs-manual/traffic-signs-manual-chapter-05.pdf

    Page 95 onwards.
     
  3. OP
    OP
    gambatte

    gambatte Middle of the pack...

    Location:
    S Yorks
    Thanks
    I've just found it on the link I put on the otherh thread, which is a later publication. 2m minimum on a busy OR 40mph+ road
    This is the road
    link
    Its an old picture, they since put a cycle lane in. They've now skimmed off the top, resurfaced and they've white lined today. The cycle lanes 3-4ft
    I've phoned and emailed to ask why
     
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