Remove one travel lane in each direction and reduce lane widths to 3 m.
Add protected cycle tracks by locating them between the curb and the offset parking lane. Provide these dedicated cycle facilities on each side and connect to other facilities to extend the citywide cycling network. See: Cycle Facilities.
Alternate parking spaces with trees or rain gardens. Use permeable paving for the parking lane and introduce rain gardens to increase permeability, improve stormwater management, and reduce urban heat island effect.
Align pedestrian islands with the parking spaces to protect pedestrians waiting to cross the street.
Place all street lighting, cycle racks, and utility boxes along a common curb zone to create a continuously accessible clear path.
Add accessibility ramps and tactile strips, and maintain existing sidewalk widths. See: Universal Accessibility.
Ensure that all curb cuts and driveways are designed with appropriate ramps for minimal disturbance to the pedestrian clear path.
Auckland, New Zealand. Parking is spaced between green infrastructure elements.