BICYCLE DUTCH

All about cycling in the Netherlands

Monthly Archives: May, 2011

Grade separated roundabout – the safest solution for a junction

In my ongoing series about safer junctions I have covered Dutch junction design and how it differs from that of other countries. I then showed you that the Dutch have … Continue reading

26 May 2011 · 2 Comments

Assen Tour – Australians Cycling Dutch Style

In May 2011 a group of Australians came to the Netherlands to study the Dutch cycling culture. As part of their 500 kilometre tour of the Netherlands they came especially … Continue reading

14 May 2011 · Leave a comment

Priority for cyclists on roundabouts in the Netherlands

“Roundabouts are safer than intersections because they reduce the number of potential conflicts between road users and lower the driving speed. In the Netherlands, replacing a four-arm intersection by a … Continue reading

12 May 2011 · 7 Comments

State of the Art Bikeway Design – A further look

See also the 2014 post that sums up Dutch Junction Design Last month I wrote about the new NACTO designs for cycle infrastructure and held the junction design against Dutch … Continue reading

5 May 2011 · 3 Comments
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