With peak-time traffic congestion seriously affecting the time-reliability of road journeys there is a growing recognition of the vital role that rail plays in boosting economic growth and in solving local transport problems.
Integration of cycle and rail travel should address travelling to the station, routes into and within the station, signage and cycle parking. Safe, convenient and direct routes are essential when it comes to accessing stations by bike.
Our expert design guide offers guidance on:
- Travelling to the station
- Routes into and within the station
- Cycle parking
- Signage and information.
Other external guidance:
- Department for Transport, Transport Information Notes and Bike and Rail: A Good Practice Guide.
- Transport for London, Cycling Design Standards
- Association of Train Operating Companies, Cycle Rail Toolkit, 2012
- Cycling England, Design Guidance: A.10 Bus Lanes and Bus Stops, 2008