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Tag Archives: unravelling

Road diet XXL for an intersection in Den Bosch

To improve traffic situations for pedestrians and people cycling, road managers can decide to build extravagant infrastructure. Most of the time, however, it is much easier and much more effective … Continue reading

30 October 2014 · 3 Comments

Going for a swim

Sports and I are not a great match, to put it very mildly. And it has been like that all my life. To give but one small example: I was … Continue reading

18 April 2013 · 15 Comments

Unravelling modes

Something I haven’t written much about yet is the unravelling or unbundling of modes. This is a way of separating cycle routes from main routes for motorised traffic. In the … Continue reading

29 November 2012 · 10 Comments

“Separate where needed, mix where possible”

It is a fact that not every street in the Netherlands has separated cycle paths. It is also true that Dutch traffic experts do sometimes say that in road building … Continue reading

9 August 2012 · 7 Comments

Direct Cycle Routes in the Netherlands

A cyclist in the Netherlands can usually follow a more direct route through cities than motorized traffic can. This so-called ‘unravelling’ of modes is one more reason that makes cycling … Continue reading

15 November 2010 · 1 Comment

A quiet junction in Utrecht (Netherlands)

Two videos to explain why a junction in Utrecht in the Netherlands is such a quiet junction, so pleasant for people cycling. Non-stop relaxed cycling, Utrecht Netherlands A bicycle friendly … Continue reading

2 October 2010 · Leave a comment
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