Bike lane buffer zones are becoming increasingly popular as a way of protecting cyclists, pedestrians, and motorists alike. A buffered bike lane is one that is already separated from regular traffic and parking. A bike lane buffer zone is a zone between the parking or travel areas for cars where motorists can safely get in and out of their cars without encountering cyclists in the bike lane. Streetfilms recently had a nice post and video about why this extra space is great for all types of road users and provides some encouragement for how these will become commonplace in the future. Check it out! Does your city have any buffered bike lanes and bike lane buffer zones?
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