Delineate and demarcate different modes to efficiently share and manage the street.
Enhance the centre-running transit lanes through distinct paving or color treatments. Provide level boarding platforms, accessible ramps and paths, as well as audible and tactile features.
Add controlled mid-block crossings at transit stops to facilitate safe crossing from both sides of the street. Cover transit stops to provide a sheltered and comfortable waiting space.
Install refuge islands on the central median and curb extensions to shorten the overall crossing distance.
Encourage commercial activity and street vendors on wide sidewalks. Add street furniture and landscaping while maintaining a continuous pedestrian clear path.
Replace one travel lane in each direction with a parking-protected cycle track to encourage cycling as a healthy and sustainable mobility choice. Cycle share stations may be sited adjacent to cycle tracks and near transit stations to accommodate first- and last-mile trips.
Install street trees and green infrastructure along parking-side medians to dissipate road noise, manage stormwater run-off, and improve the urban environment.
Provide loading zones at strategic locations within the parking strip. Restrict freight delivery or encourage off-peak delivery to eliminate double parking obstructions. See: Designing for Freight and Service Operators.