Title: Delivering safe, comfortable, and connected pedestrian and bicycle networks: a review of international pratices.
Editor(s): United States, Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, D.C.
Reviser: University of North Carolina, Highway Safety Reserch Center, Chapel Hill
Sponsored by: United States, Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, D.C.
Document Type: Graue Literatur
Add. Document Type: Elektronisches Dokument
Language: englisch
Language of Summary: englisch
Publisher Country: USA
Publisher Location: Washington, D.C.
Issue Date: 2015
Page(s): 67 S.
Features: Abb.; Tab.; Lit.
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to identify noteworthy and innovative international designs, treatments, and other practices that have potential to improve bicycle and pedestrian safety and access and increase walking and bicycling in the United States. This report covers treatments and practices from a total of 11 countries, covering six thematic areas: (1) network infrastructure, (2) limited auto traffic areas, (3) signalization, traffic control, and intelligent transport systems, (4) policy change, (5) criteria or methods for prioritizing improvements, and (6) goals and network performance measures. A number of treatments and practices appear to have significant potential to help improve bicycle and pedestrian network safety, comfort, and connectivity in the U.S. Additional study and actions are needed to better understand, test, and refine the most promising designs and practices for use by U.S. jurisdictions.
Deskriptors: Individualverkehr
Fahrradverkehr
Fußgängerverkehr
Infrastruktur
Mobilität
Verkehrsplanung
Verkehrssicherheit
Free Terms: Radverkehrsführung
Radverkehrssicherheit
Fahrradinfrastruktur
Netzwerk
Studie
Covered Region(s): USA
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