Cycling integration at bus stops depends on the use and function of the road corridor. Cycling may be provided for on streets by dedicated facilities such as on-road cycle lanes, separated cycleways (one-way or two-way). Cycling may also be provided for by less dedicated infrastructure such through the use of bus lanes, shared use paths, or low volume roads.

In areas with high demand for all modes of transport, consider the interaction at bus stops between cyclists and bus passengers and carefully consider how best to provide appropriate cycling facilities.

This guidance describes more common example designs that can be implemented to prevent conflict between vehicular traffic, foot traffic, cyclists and bus users at bus stops.