If you watch the video, you’ll note that the bicycle lane is at street level grade (rather than elevated through the island) and is not the same colour as the sidewalk.


David Patman,  P. Eng.

Transit Planner

Winnipeg Transit | Service Development Division

421 Osborne Street | Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 2A2

P: 204-986-5737 | dpatman@winnipeg.ca


From: at-network-bounces@lists.umanitoba.ca [mailto:at-network-bounces@lists.umanitoba.ca] On Behalf Of Beth McKechnie
Sent: June-22-14 11:48 AM
To: AT network
Subject: [At-network] Cycle track & bus stops: self-regulating sidewalk ballet


When you have a couple of minutes to watch a video, here's an excellent example of a protected bike lane (cycle track) with "floating bus stops" in San Francisco. Peds and cyclists seem to be able to negotiate the crossover space nicely. It's similar in concept to our cycle track on Pembina with bus stop crossovers but a step up in design.