Pop-up progress

May 4, 2022 | Uncategorised

People riding bikes through city

Four members of the DoT Active Transport Team discuss the learnings from the recent pop-up cycle lanes in Melbourne and suburbs.
It’s a fascinating look at the detail behind the program, including signage and wayfinding.
This presentation by Patrick Alewood, Dean Butler, Toby Robinson and Rachel Goldsworthy was made to the MTF meeting on 4 May.

The effort behind the signage and wayfinding is fascinating.

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