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CONCEPT (Compulsory) cycleways and their parallel roads

This wiki is about access implications on cycleways and their parallel roads.

Access implications on (compulsory) cycleways

This table shows all kind of (compulsory) cycleways and their access implications. If a (C) is added it means that it is Compulsory.

Country traffic_sign=* icon traffic_sign=* code Compulsory
for bicycle
bicycle moped mofa horse foot electric bicycle microcar invalid car? vehicle x? vehicle y? vehicle y?


BE Belgium-trafficsign-d7.svg BE:D7 Yes Yes (C)


BE Belgium-trafficsign-d9 bicycle foot.svgBelgium-trafficsign-d9 foot bicycle.svgBelgium-trafficsign-d10.svg BE:D9 ; BE:D9 ; BE:D10 ; Yes Yes (C)
DE Zusatzzeichen 1022-10.svg DE:1022-10 No Yes No No? No Yes (If the way is allowed for pedestrian) Pedelec(<250W): Yes

E-Bike(<500W): See mofa
DE Zeichen 237.svg DE:237 Yes Yes (C) No Urban: No

Rural: Yes
No No Pedelec(<250W): Yes (C)

E-Bike(<500W): See mofa


DE Zeichen 241-30.svg Zeichen 240 - Gemeinsamer Fuß- und Radweg, StVO 1992.svg DE:241 ; DE:240 Yes Yes (C) No Urban: No

Rural: Yes
No Yes (At sign DE:241 Zeichen 241-30.svg only at footway-part) Pedelec(<250W): Yes (C)

E-Bike(<500W): See mofa



FI Nederlands verkeersbord G11.svg FI:422 Yes Yes (C)
NL Nederlands verkeersbord G13.svg NL:G13 No Yes No No No 1) Yes 2) Yes
NL Nederlands verkeersbord G11.svg NL:G11 Yes Yes (C) No Yes (C) No 1) Yes 2) Yes (C)
NL Nederlands verkeersbord G12a.svg NL:G12a Yes Yes (C) Yes (C) Yes (C) No 1) Yes 2) Yes (C)


Your country Nederlands verkeersbord G11.svg your sign code


Your country Nederlands verkeersbord G11.svg your sign code
Your country Nederlands verkeersbord G11.svg your sign code


Country remark
BE
  1. The regulations define a lane ("rijbaan") as any part of a road that is suitable for vehicles ("rijdende voertuigen").
  2. Pedestrians are not supposed to use a bridleway, when there a road next to it. Unfortunately, the regulations seem silent on the issue of whether pedestrians can use a bridleway if no other alternative is available.


DE


FI


NL
  1. Legally horses are not allowed on compulsary cycleways. However, in practice they are permitted because it is much safer. Often the use a small trail next to the cycleway created by frequente horse riding.
  2. Pedestrians are allowed on cycleways unless there is a parallel sidewalk/pavement in which case they must use that.
  3. Some special vehicles may use the parallel road. For example; bicycles with more then 3 wheels and more then 0.75 M wide. Or bicycles with a trailer that is more then .75m wide (including cargo). More info in Dutch


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Access implications on roads that allow cycling but have parallel compulsory cycleway.

This table is about roads that allow cycling in general but because they have a compulsory cycleway next to it access is different. Not all countries have compulsory cycleways. For example these compulsory cycleways are signposted with Nederlands verkeersbord G12a.svgNederlands verkeersbord G11.svg in NL and with Zeichen 241-30.svg Zeichen 240 - Gemeinsamer Fuß- und Radweg, StVO 1992.svg in DE. Also keep in mind that the table does NOT apply to roads with an explicit ban like Nederlands verkeersbord C14.svg or Nederlands verkeersbord C9.svg.

Compulsory
cycleway
traffic_sign=*
Access on parallel
highway=*
(e.g. tertiary
in most countries)
bicycle moped mofa horse foot exeptional (bi)cycle microcar group of cyclists road conditions racing bikes vehicle x? vehicle y?


AT No Yes (>15 cyclists) Yes (Only at training)


Belgium-trafficsign-d7.svgBelgium-trafficsign-d9 bicycle foot.svgBelgium-trafficsign-d9 foot bicycle.svgBelgium-trafficsign-d10.svg BE No


Zeichen 237.svg DE No Yes Yes Yes Yes (if there is no sidewalk/footway) Yes (If wider-bicycle are not rational/suitable) Yes (>15 cyclists) Yes (If the cycleway is not suitable)


Zeichen 241-30.svg Zeichen 240 - Gemeinsamer Fuß- und Radweg, StVO 1992.svg DE No Yes Yes Yes No Yes (If wider-bicycle are not rational/suitable) Yes (>15 cyclists) Yes (If the cycleway is not suitable)


Nederlands verkeersbord G11.svg FI No


Nederlands verkeersbord G12a.svgNederlands verkeersbord G11.svg NL No Yes Unless Nederlands verkeersbord G12a.svg No Yes 1) No 2) 3) No No


Nederlands verkeersbord G11.svg your country? No


Nederlands verkeersbord G11.svg your country? No


Nederlands verkeersbord G11.svg your country? No



Country remark
BE
  1. The regulations define a lane ("rijbaan") as any part of a road that is suitable for vehicles ("rijdende voertuigen").
  2. Pedestrians are not supposed to use a bridleway, when there a road next to it. Unfortunately, the regulations seem silent on the issue of whether pedestrians can use a bridleway if no other alternative is available.


DE


FI


NL
  1. Legally horses are not allowed on compulsary cycleways. However, in practice they are permitted because it is much safer. Often the use a small trail next to the cycleway created by frequente horse riding.
  2. Pedestrians are allowed on cycleways unless there is a parallel sidewalk/pavement in which case they must use that.
  3. Some special vehicles may use the parallel road. For example; bicycles with more then 3 wheels and more then 0.75 M wide. Or bicycles with a trailer that is more then .75m wide (including cargo). More info in Dutch


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