Skip to main content
Mobility and Transport

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 as Link} 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 as Link}.

Cycling factsheets

1. Infrastructure for moving cycling traffic - phisical/soft infrastructure{1.1 Cycle lanes as Link}{1.2 Cycle tracks as Link}{1.3 Cycle highways as Link}{1.4 Grade-separated crossings as Link}{1.5 Intersections as Link}{1.6 Contra-flow cycling as Link}{1.7 Mixed-use zones as Link}{1.8 Cycle streets as Link}{1.9 Multimodal integration as Link}{1.10 Recreational Cycle Routes as Link}

2. Cycle parking and associated infrastructure for bicycles and cyclists{2.1 Cycle parking as Link}{2.2 Provision of facilities at workplaces as Link}{2.3 Bicycle maintenance and repair facilities as Link}

3. Information, Communication and promotion{3.1 Cycle information and awareness raising as Link}{3.2 Cycle events as Link}{3.3 Cycle training as Link}{3.4 Cycle maps as Link}{3.5 Signage and wayfinding as Link}

4. Encouraging conditions for fostering cycling{4.1 Bicycle prioritisation through traffic management and ITS as Link}{4.2 Traffic restrictions and charges as Link}

5. Organisational measures and legal framework options for cycling{5.1 Bicycle steering group as Link}{5.2 Cycling subsidies as Link}{5.3 Data collection, evaluation, documentation and communication as Link}

6. Services, products and supporting measures{6.1 Bicycle sharing schemes, including rental as Link}{6.2 Cycle logistics as Link}