Pattern Cycleway
Material / type Concrete
Product accreditation BS EN 1339:2003
Colours Buff, Natural
Dimensions (l x w x t) 400x400x50mm
 
 
 

Cycleway concrete paving have been specifically designed for shared pedestrian / cycle routes.

Cycleway Tactile can indicate the beginning or end of shared pedestrian / cycle routes. Laid transversely, it denotes a pedestrian path; laid longitudinally, it denotes a cycle path.

A central delineation strip running the length of the route can also provide a false kerb for visually impaired pedestrians.

It measures 400x400mm and 50mm thick.

Cycleway Demarcation is a concrete demarcation paving designed to alert pedestrians, including the visually impaired, to the proximity of a cycleway.

It also provides a visual and physical indication to cyclists on the position of the central limit to cyclists.

It measures 200x200mm and 60mm thick.


Cycleway concrete paving have been specifically designed for shared pedestrian / cycle routes.

Cycleway Tactile can indicate the beginning or end of shared pedestrian / cycle routes. Laid transversely, it denotes a pedestrian path; laid longitudinally, it denotes a cycle path.

A central delineation strip running the length of the route can also provide a false kerb for visually impaired pedestrians.

It measures 400x400mm and 50mm thick.

Cycleway Demarcation is a concrete demarcation paving designed to alert pedestrians, including the visually impaired, to the proximity of a cycleway.

It also provides a visual and physical indication to cyclists on the position of the central limit to cyclists.

It measures 200x200mm and 60mm thick.


 
 
 
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