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This is an illustration of a shared use path crossing a two-lane road. The road has sidewalks, standard bike lanes, a center median and left turn lane. It shows a variety of strategies to reduce conflicts, including yield signs on the path, warning signs and pavement markings on the road, and a crossing island in the median. Road Markings Design, Road Island, Urban Spaces Design, Urban Ideas, Streetscape Design, Wayfinding Signage Design, Urban Design Diagram, Civil Engineering Design, Urban Design Architecture

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This is an illustration of a shared use path crossing a two-lane road. The road has sidewalks, standard bike lanes, a center median and left turn lane. It shows a variety of strategies to reduce conflicts, including yield signs on the path, warning signs and pavement markings on the road, and a crossing island in the median.

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SFMTA Unveils 6th St. Proposal With Road Diet, Bike Lanes, Wider Sidewalks | Streetsblog San Francisco Street Analysis Urban Design, Cover Proposal, Villa Architecture, Urban Ideas, Streetscape Design, Urban Analysis, Urban Design Diagram, Urban Design Graphics, Urban Design Architecture

SFMTA Unveils 6th St. Proposal With Road Diet, Bike Lanes, Wider Sidewalks - Streetsblog San Francisco

SFMTA unveiled a proposal last week to redesign northern Sixth Street by trimming traffic lanes from four to two, widening sidewalks, and adding unprotected, green-painted bike lanes. Intersections on the stretch between Market and Howard Streets could also get features like raised crosswalks, speed tables (like speed bumps, but wider), and textured pavement to tame driving speeds. […]

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