Part of: Design Principles of Cycling [Draft Version]

A Case from Auckland, New Zealand

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Uniform infrastructure and signs

Example of consistent and easily identifiable pavement markings in Auckland New Zealand. Photo by Chris Brunn/Flickr.

In Auckland, a variety of cycle routes – largely separated from traffic and pedestrians – will connect key parts of the city center. The cycleways will include a number of east-west connections and link workplaces, shops, and schools. Particular attention will be paid to intersections and junctions so that people who cycle will experience a safer and more comfortable journey through the city center.