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Bicycle traffic space maintenance

Final update date July 8, 2020

Overview

Bicycles are light vehicles and are basically driven on the left side of the road.
In Yokohama City, we are promoting the development of bicycle traffic spaces so that bicycles can run safely, avoiding contact with cars and collisions with pedestrians.
In selecting the maintenance form, based on the national guidelines and the policy of the Yokohama City Bicycle Comprehensive Plan, etc., based on the principle that bicycles are "vehicles", in principle, traffic conditions such as the regulation speed and traffic volume of cars for each route After considering, select an appropriate section and select.

Main maintenance methods

bicycle path

All of the commuting space is partly based on the color (definition) color.

Self-transfer vehicle-only service zone

All of the commuting space is partly based on the color (definition) color.

Mixed car road (arrow root road surface)

  • Yahane-type road surface display (basic color)
  • self-transfer mark
  • Yainmote

About bicycle traffic space maintenance execution plan

Based on the Yokohama City Bicycle Traffic Environment Improvement Guidelines, areas where there are many bicycle use and bicycle-related accidents, such as around railway stations, and areas where improvement of the bicycle use environment is desired are designated as `` priority areas '', and approximately 5 years for each area We have formulated a “Bicycle Traffic Space Improvement Action Plan” to complete maintenance.

Action Plan Area

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Inquiries to this page

Road and Highway Bureau Road Department Facility Division

Telephone: 045-671-2731

Telephone: 045-671-2731

Fax: 045-651-5443

Email address: [email protected]

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