In response, various cycling initiatives have been introduced, with safety and efficiency their purpose. Allison Miller, the Transportation Demand Management Coordinator for Environmental Programs at the City of London, understands cycling infrastructure. Miller witnessed the City roll out its Cycling Master Plan in 2016. That initiative led to the extension of on-road facilities and an off-road, multi-use pathway system that runs 40 kms along the Thames river. Most recently the City introduced over one km of separated bike lanes.
Exciting as those initiatives are, Miller knows it can be confusing for the average road user to navigate the relatively new infrastructure. Here’s a primer: