Comment 116138

By mdrejhon (registered) - website | Posted January 18, 2016 at 22:10:00 in reply to Comment 116130

Cross section could be in this sequence: pedestrians / uphill bikes / downhill bikes.

Uphill bikes would provide buffer space between the pedestrians lane and the downhill bike lane. Pedestrians would be on the southmost edge (scenery), and fastest moving bikes should be on the northmost edge (next to the jersey barrier dividing them from Claremont traffic).

Or it could be two lanes organized by relative speed of transport: pedestrians & uphill bike riders (typically would go similar speed up Claremont), versus downhill bike riders.

Either way, some kind of separation could be involved (e.g. raise curb, smaller barrier than a jersey barrier, mini rumble strips designed for bike wheels, etc) could protect pedestrians. I trust that a good solution will be found.

Comment edited by mdrejhon on 2016-01-18 22:17:42

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