A list of all the pages in the Cycling Network Guidance.
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This part of the CNG (Cycling Network Guidance) provides users with best-practice guidance, either directly or through links to appropriate sources for all stages of planning a cycle network.
This section outlines this larger context, and then discusses cycling plans – why we have them, what they should contain, and how they fit with the bigger picture. Cycle network and route planning is only one part, alongside others, of preparing a cycling plan.
This section describes the many types of cycle facilities, and the cyclists who use them.
The guidance for each type of provision includes a description, legal considerations, design aspects, information on any relevant trials and selected case studies that may be useful to designers.