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Bicycle Network Elements, CSU

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Bicycle Network Elements The overriding goal for the campus bicycle network is to ease bicycle travel through campus while minimizing conficts between bicyclists and other modes. Typical cross sections at right will be used to create the network over time as funding and additional campus construction projects allow.

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Protected Bike Lanes: Option 1 Cross Section Key SW: Sidewalk SL: Shared lane CF: Contrafow bike lane BBL: Buffered bike lane PBL: Protected bike lane BP: Bike path SUP: Shared use path TL: Travel lane TTL: Transit travel lane P: Parking BF: Buffer

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Shared Pathway

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Protected Bike Lanes: Option 2

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Buffered Bike Lanes

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Contrafow Bike Lane

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Separated Pathway

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Meridian Ave Transit/Bikeway

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