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Photo number:
Photo #11531

Here a cycle path cross roads crosses a road. Note that the cycle path is four metres wide, smoothly surfaced and takes a direct route. The road is three metres wide, bumpy and takes an indirect route.

The first crossing with a bumpy grey path is the road. The second crossing with a red smooth path is another cycle path.

This is an example of full segregation providing benefits for cyclists even though the speed limit is just 30 km/h on the roads.

There is a video showing where this path goes here:

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