Canwell have worked on multiple cycle infrastructure projects, over the years. As modal shift becomes more important to meet targets for sustainable travel, we have developed knowledge and experience in implementing these types of projects.
From localised cyclist features such as lead-in lanes, cycle parking schemes, new/improved signage, and carriageway markings), to the design and implementation of whole corridor cycle route schemes.
We have implemented Toucan crossings, parallel crossings, and a range of cyclist infrastructure within new and existing traffic signal junctions.
We have embraced LTN 1/20 within our current designs and will continue to develop cycle infrastructure solutions, within sometimes limited and challenging highway spaces.
We have prepared traffic studies for multiple junction design options, with integrated cycle lanes dedicated traffic signal stages for cyclists within the junction control strategy.
Our cycle route schemes have included a range of on and off-road provisions including shared segregated and unsegregated facilities.
We have implemented bus infrastructure schemes from small measures such as bus gates to signalised junction bus priority schemes.