Before and After – ’s-Hertogenbosch (3)

A before and after in Maerlantstraat in ‘s-Hertogenbosch (a.k.a. Den Bosch) in the Netherlands. A main cycle route that went through an “ordinary residential street”. For motorised traffic the street is not a through street and it therefore had “standard junctions”. This means that all vehicles (including cyclists) coming from the right have priority. It was already a 30km/h zone and the road surface of bricks was suitable for such a street. Now the street was transformed to be more clearly a main cycle route. That means the road surface is now smooth red asphalt and the road has gotten priority over side … Continue reading Before and After – ’s-Hertogenbosch (3)