Lessons from Overseas Cycling Infrastructure

LennyBoy (civil engineering professor Glen Koorey) posts terrific information concerning bicycle planning best practices, based on his three-month tour of North American and European cities.
July 5, 2015, 11am PDT | Todd Litman
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Civil engineering professor Glen Koorey from the University of Canterbury in New Zealand has spent the last three-months touring North American and European cities to investigate best practices in cycling infrastructure planning and design. He shares his experiences and lessons learned on the Cycling in Christchurch Overseas Learnings website using the pen-name, LennyBoy, including detailed analysis of design features using numerous photos.

A birds-eye view of a priority roundabout in Enschede, The Neterlands (Koorey, 2015)

The Houten train station runs above the main walk/bike path through town (Koorey, 2015)

Brooklyn Bridge Pedestrian and Cycling Lanes

Brooklyn Bridge Pedestrian and Cycling Lanes (Koorey, 2015)

Signage near Harvard University for turning traffic (Koorey, 2015)

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Published on Friday, July 3, 2015 in Cycling In Christchurch - Overseas Learnings
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