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Protected Intersections in Vancouver

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Since 2013, Vancouver has been building protected intersections, which extend protected bike lane design principles into the intersection to create a safe and comfortable environment for everyone. This webinar will give examples of protected intersection designs that Vancouver has implemented, discuss the design principles behind them, and show how those principles have been adapted to different situations.

Originally presented on July 9, 2019.

Presenter

Paul Storer, City of Vancouver
Paul manages the City of Vancouver’s Transportation Design Branch, and is responsible for transportation infrastructure improvements including functional design, public engagement, and implementation support. He is a professional engineer with 15 years of experience at the City of Vancouver in street design, bike facility planning and design, neighbourhood traffic calming, rapid transit planning, and implementation of the City’s Transportation 2040 plan.

 


 

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