This page features a selection of case studies, and more will be added over time.
Inspiring Infrastructure - highlighting best practice examples
- Old Shoreham Road, Brighton - an innovative "continental" design of cycle route along a fast road.
- Queen's Quay in Derry-Londonderry - revamping a route through Queen's Quay car park.
- Arcot Street in Penarth - a cycling contraflow scheme along a street with echelon parking
Case studies by others
A variety of case studies of infrastructure for cycling were produced by Cycling England and these can be found on the Hub section of the CILT(UK) website. There are also case studies available from the CTC Benchmarking Project.
The State of our Streets (Living Streets 2012, pdf) contains 37 case studies illustrating how better street management policy and practice can help to create safe, attractive and enjoyable streets.
Above is a selection of pictures of structures that have been erected or taken back into use through Sustrans' Connect2 projects.
We shall be adding a library of photographs to this website in addition to the existing Sustrans Photo Library. In the meantime a range of photographs of cycling infrastructure are available on the following websites: