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Challenge / Goal

With the new implementation of the two-way cycle facility on Carysfort Avenue, the latter was coinciding with three bus stops. Then, bus stops have been moved out to the edge of the cycle track generating a conflict between cyclists and pedestrians. The project had to guarantee the coexistence between cyclists and pedestrians who got on and off the buses.

Solution

Therefore, Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council covered a 51 metres area by installing three Vectorial® system platforms with an integrated cycle lane. These platforms allow both cyclists and bus users to share the same space safely. At the same time, now buses can approach the stop without the need for manoeuvres, optimizing their travel times and ensuring universal accessibility for all bus users.

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Time period

Planning time: 0.5 - 1 years

Implementation time: < 0.5 years

Implementers

ZICLA, Pittman, Dun Laoghaire City Council

Service providers

City employees

End users

Cyclists, bus users

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