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"Cycle racks are inexpensive street elements that allow cyclists to securely park their cycles. They are most useful when placed near major destinations or in commercial areas, and should be placed at least 0.75 m apart. While they create opportunities for unique designs, the functionality and safety of the rack should not be compromised for visual appeal" (Nacto, Global Street Design Guide, 2013)


NACTO, Global Street Design Guide

Abb.1: Fahrradanlehnbügel in der Weseler Einkaufsstraße. Image Credits: QIMBY Lizenz: Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universell-Lizenz
Text: Global Street Design Guide, National Association of City Transportation Officials NACTO, 2013. p.97.


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