Research and analysis

Managing cycle traffic at signalled junctions

Investigating common techniques in the UK and overseas for cyclist provision at traffic signals.

Documents

Traffic management techniques for cyclists: executive summary

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Traffic management techniques for cyclists: final report

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Details

This report focuses on a project undertaken for the Department for Transport (Traffic Management Division) in March 2011 entitled ‘Investigation of options for traffic management techniques for cyclists at signallised junctions in the urban environment’.

It describes the outcome of a desktop study that investigates the techniques that are in common usage both in the UK and overseas for cyclist provision at traffic signals.

Published 24 September 2012