• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 97th Annual Meeting

      January 7–11, 2018

    • Interactive Program


Annual Meeting Event Detail

Workshop 193

Protected Bike Lanes in North America and the European Union: New FHWA Guide, Emerging Research and Research Gaps, and Lessons Learned

Sunday 1:30 PM- 5:00 PM
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Gordon Lovegrove, University of British Columbia, presiding
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Bicycle Transportation (ANF20)
Standing Committee on Transportation and Land Development (ADD30)
Standing Committee on Traffic Signal Systems (AHB25)
Standing Committee on Transportation Issues in Major Cities (ABE30)

Current research and practice for protected bike lanes in urban and rural areas examine design, usage-level forecasts, safety, and impacts on land use and business, including case studies in North America and Europe and identification of critical success factors. Early and experienced planners and designers and others learn about the operation and performance of protected bike lanes, including aspects of conflicts with pedestrians as well as ADA requirements.

1:30 to 1:40 pm Call to Order by Gord Lovegrove

1:40 to 2:50 pm - Bikeways / cycle tracks design – what works & what doesn’t (each 15 + 2.5 Q/A mins)

- Dan Goodman (FHWA, USA)

- Peter van der Knaap (SWOV, NL)

- Peter Furth (Northeastern University, Boston)

- Rock Miller (Stantec, CA)


2:50 to 3:50 pm - Impacts of protected bike lanes

Peter van der Knaap (SWOV, NL)

 Peter Furth (Northeastern University, Boston)

Martha Roskowski (PeopleForBikes)

Thomas Jonsson (Norwegian University of Science)

3:50 to 4:00 pm – Break

4:00 to 4:45 pm – Research Needs Statement: Barriers to expanding the bikeway network across NA

Gord Lovegrove to facilitate

5:00 pm Wrap up, thank-you & dismissal

Title Presentation Number
Design practices for cycle tracks
Peter Furth, Northeastern University
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Empirical findings about the provision and design of cycling facilities
Peter van der Knaap, SWOV Institute for Road Safety Research
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The new FHWA guide on separated bike lanes
Daniel Goodman, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
Moving from design concepts to real life projects throughout North America
Rock Miller, Stantec Consulting Services, Inc.
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Protected bike lanes
Martha Roskowski, PeopleForBikes
Experiences with separated bicycle infrastructure in Scandinavia
Thomas Jonsson, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)