Cycle paths at signalised cross intersections

This remit was given to the Signals NZ User Group (SNUG) at the 2005 annual meeting in Christchurch. It draws the following conclusions:

  • The current practice of not providing cycle signals is questionable.
  • Cycle signals reduce LOS for both motorists and cyclists.
  • Designers need to ascertain on a case-by-case basis that pathways are the right concept.

The presentation is available online on the SNUG website.

Where presented/published

2005 Signals NZ User Group (SNUG) workshop, Christchurch