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Roundabouts with Pedestrians & Bicycles

Picture 4. Roundabout Treatments for Bicycles and Pedestrians

This callout box contains two photos and explanatory text. The first photo shows a visually impaired pedestrian using a stick and crossing the street in a crosswalk. Photo Source: Janet M. Barlow, Accessible Design for the Blind. The second photo shows a bicyclist using a ramp to enter a separated shared use path containing a pedestrian walkway and a dedicated bike lane. Photo Source: Dan Burden.

The text reads as follows:

Features for All Users. Adding certain treatments at roundabouts can enhance the experience for both pedestrians and bicycles.

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Page last modified on December 1, 2015.
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