/ Visionary / Transitional
Initiate a network of Cycling Corridors from the suburbs around the city, with circular loops within city limits connecting to *Pedestrianised Areas, *Nodes and other *Corridors. Transition into an Active Mobility model for the Central Business District. Six key entry points have been identified, with four additional riverway routes.
– Cycling Corridors into the city as an alternative mode of transport
– Linking the Corridors with inner city loops to create ring connections
– Cycling Hubs at main public transit points for mix transportation
Policy, Program & Campaign
– Initiate a National Cycling Plan
– SPAD Transportation Policy, inclusion of bicycle
– Bike Sharing Schemes
– Network of Cycling routes throughout the city
Best Practices (International)
Accessed August 2016. Link status disconnected 2017.
Cycling Study (Regional/ Asia)
Geetam, Arora and Jain. Bicycling in Asia. 2008. in particular in Singapore, Bangladesh & India.
Development Stages of Cycling (Regional/ Taiwan)
Hsin-Wen, Chang. A strategic study of bicycle tourism in Taiwan. 2003.
Development Stages of Cycling (Melbourne) https://www.bicyclenetwork.com.au/media/ vanilla_content/ les/B18%20BF2014_Developing%20 strategic%20cycling%20corridors%20in%20 inner%20Melbourne_Adrian%20George.pdf
Development Stages of Cycling (London) https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/ uploads/attachment_data/ le/229473/briefing- governments-ambition-cycling.pdf https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/ uploads/attachment_data/ le/9179/shared-use- routes-for-pedestrians-and-cyclists.pdf
Complete list of strategies
Time / Area Specific
Cycling Corridor & Network
Buffer Area / Node