COMMENT & ANALYSIS: Painting bicycle logos in bus lanes — while not a long-term solution — might be a good idea to highlight that bicycles belong and people using them don’t need to cycle too close to the kerb. But should these bicycle logos be larger than the normal cycle lane bicycle logos?
Dublin City Council recently tweeted that they are rolling out the logos to bus lanes in the council’s part of the city:
— Traffic Mgmt. Centre (@DCCTraffic) September 29, 2016
But look at the size of the logos in our image above and their images in their Tweet — the size is around half of what is depicted in the National Cycle Manual, as per the following images:
Should the bicycle logos be as large as the ones in National Cycle Manual? Or does it matter?
IMAGES: Main photo by IrishCycle.com; tweet images by Dublin City Council; and National Cycle Manual graphics by the NTA.