Human Powered Transport ation Genève

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Genève

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Pedestrian Friendly… How??
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Pro-cycling campaign “Velo- Love” Vehicle tax calculated on basis of CO2 emission. City funds riding lessons for families and adults. City began building a network of bicycle lanes in 1980s. City continues:

Biking in Genève, Policy

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Developing new facilities on high traffic areas. Improving the continuity of long distance routes.

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People can apply for a bikeway by contacting the Department of Urban Planning and Mobility.

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More Policy…..
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Designs used:

Trails: Exclusively for bikes and mopeds Bike-lanes: Integrated with the street. They are physically separated from other lanes and sidewalk development built by order, or a solid yellow line. “Contresens” lane: lanes that travel in a direction opposite of the traffic in a single direction street. Bus-lane and bicycle lane: Bikers can use bus lanes when indicated. These are of two types: Bikes + buses; Bikes + taxis + buses Mixed pedestrian and bicycle: if bikes don’t have lights/bells they must be pushed.

Indirect Left / Roundabout

Bike boxes and signal time lag 3/9/13 bikes. for

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Bike Share

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Bikes on Public Transport

Gare Cornavain, the train Station at Genève, has a huge bike station and share facility that allows to you to rent/return/park a bike. Trains are allowed on local buses on Sundays and bank holidays for full fare You can carry bikes on trains through out the country for a fare.
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Platforms have indication for

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Source

http:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Geneva_city_in (city logo)

http:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Wappen_Genf_ (Geneve Coat of Arms)

http:// tourhotspot.blogspot.com/2010/03/genev (pictures)
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