This reconstruction establishes a clear hierarchy between the two streets, taking into consideration all users and the role of each street within the larger network.
Raise the pedestrian crossings at the entrances to residential streets to prevent motorists from speeding when entering the street. This prioritizes pedestrian safety and increases legibility.
Introduce shared-lane markings and advanced stop boxes to prioritize cyclists at the intersection. A maximum speed of 30 km/h is recommended on the residential street and the use of traffic calming measures is encouraged.
Add buffered cycle lanes on wider streets to create a safer environment for cyclists.
Install curb extensions onto the smaller streets to reduce pedestrian crossing length, protect pedestrians, and prevent motorists from parking at the intersection corners.
Utilize these curb extensions for cycle parking, green infrastructure, and street furniture.