These poster designs are suggestions for printing large to display at the Symposium. They would be about 800mm tall by 600mm wide, assuming we can get them printed on Mike's borrowed machine. This may still be a bit small, but the pix probably can't be blown up much more. We could always test that thesis.
These clips were shot on Wachmannstrasse in Bremen, and show some of the details that go to make up the cycle ride shot from the bike later.
The route has reduced car use on the road to the extent that much of the cycle path is onroad, but safe even for families.
Motorist behaviour is crucial in enabling cyclist priority where the two cross. Note the car allowing the cyclist to go first in the second clip, and compare this behaviour with cars at pinching points in Darlington.
At complex crossings, cyclist priority is considered to the extent that even fast cyclists can keep up speed.
Cars are encouraged to jump ahead of cyclists in our culture. It's time for change!
Three examples of islands in the middle of the road, where car drivers want to get past the cyclist asap. The third example shows a learner driver being told by an instructor to slow down, but still not slow enough to stay behind cyclists, so overtakes at pinch point anyway.