Mobility and Transport

Clean transport, Urban transport

Cycling measures

Cycling measures

This section of the guidance provides more information on cycling measures that may be selected and implemented in a city, supporting the development and delivery of a quality cycling network. ‘Factsheets’ on a range of cycle measures have been developed. How to use the cycle measures factsheets provides further information on how to use the factsheets, whereas guidance on how to select cycling measures, including considerations for applicability, can be found here: Selecting cycle measures for your city - Further considerations for applicability

Cycling factsheets

1. Infrastructure for moving cycling traffic - phisical/soft infrastructure

1.1 Cycle lanes

1.2 Cycle tracks

1.3 Cycle highways

1.4 Grade-separated crossings

1.5 Intersections

1.6 Contra-flow cycling

1.7 Mixed-use zones

1.8 Cycle streets

1.9 Multimodal integration

1.10 Recreational Cycle Routes

2. Cycle parking and associated infrastructure for bicycles and cyclists

2.1 Cycle parking

2.2 Provision of facilities at workplaces

2.3 Bicycle maintenance and repair facilities

3. Information, Communication and promotion

3.1 Cycle information and awareness raising

3.2 Cycle events

3.3 Cycle training

3.4 Cycle maps

3.5 Signage and wayfinding

4. Encouraging conditions for fostering cycling

4.1 Bicycle prioritisation through traffic management and ITS

4.2 Traffic restrictions and charges

5. Organisational measures and legal framework options for cycling

5.1 Bicycle steering group

5.2 Cycling subsidies

5.3 Data collection, evaluation, documentation and communication

6. Services, products and supporting measures

6.1 Bicycle sharing schemes, including rental

6.2 Cycle logistics