Schréder - Cyklostezky

Road-marked bicycle lanes

Markings on the ground that show arrows and a cyclist act as a visual reminder that the road is used by bicycles and cars. Striped lanes with a cyclist in the middle or buffered bike lanes are the area of the road reserved for cyclists. These are not real bicycle paths.

How do we light them? In this case, the bicycle lanes are part of the road. We propose luminaires with the right light distribution to cover the entire surface, including the lanes. In full compliance with CEN 13201-1, we select the light distribution that respects class -1 of the main road for the bicycle lane.


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