Good planning gets the bike rolling: New approach to bicycle infrastructure planning

The route choice of cyclists is subject to various decision factors. For example, many prefer a separate bike lane (top left) instead of sharing space with dense car traffic (top right). Depending on whether streets with heavy car traffic (thick edges) are equipped with dedicated bike paths (blue) or not (gray), cyclists take the direct route (black arrow, bottom left), take detours to stay on bike paths (bottom center) or ride on small side streets (thin edges) (bottom right). Credit: Christoph Steinacker

In surveys, a large majority of respondents usually agree that cycling can make a significant contribution to reducing …

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