OPTION

1A

Left-Side Cycle Track with One Motor Vehicle Travel Lane and Turn Lanes (Segments 2 to 5)
Outcomes Addressed by this Option
1. Pedestrian crossing opportunities 2. Mitigate con icts
Sumner

KIL KILLINGSWORTH

Emerson

8. Reduce crashes 9. Transitions for bikes making turns 10. Access for lift vans

3. Reduce motor vehicle speeds
Bus queue jump

4. Improve visibility of pedestrians 5. Reduce risk of cyclistists being struck by vehicle doors 6. Bicycle passing opportunities 7. Manage bus/bike con ict

ALBERTA

5

LEGEND
Does Not Address Outcome Addresses Outcome at Localized Level Somewhat Addresses Outcome Almost Completely Addresses Outcome Completely Addresses Outcome

Wygant

Going

Prescott

SKIDMORE

Left-Side Cycle Track with One Motor Vehicle Travel Lane and Turn Lanes
Mason

Right-Side Bu ered Bike Lane with One Motor Vehicle Travel Lane and Turn Lanes Right-Side Bike Lane with Two Motor Vehicle Travel Lanes and Spot Improvements

Shaver

Failing

4
Beech FREMONT Ivy Cook Fargo Monroe Morris

Signal Progression

New Tra c Signal

Bike Transition

Bike Box

3

Stanton Graham Knott RUSSELL

Accessible Curb Ramp
(locations to be determined)

Turn Box

Curb Extensions

Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacon*
*Subject to warrant

Sacramento Page Thompson

ROADWAY CROSS SECTION
TILLAMOOK

2

San Rafael Hancock

10’
BROADWAY
SIDEWALK

7’
BIKE LANE

3’
Buffer

8’
PARKING LANE

14’
TRAVEL LANE

8’
PARKING LANE

10’
SIDEWALK

1

WEIDLER

40’ curb-to-curb

Narrow travel lanes-widen bike lane

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