Safe junctions: What is safe design, objectively and subjectively?
Tuesday 04.00 – 05.15 pm / Block B2
Most accidents happen at intersections and junctions. At the same time, these areas are perceived by cyclists as the particularly unsafe. What are the latest lessons learned about objectively and subjectively safe intersections? How can existing intersections be retrofitted with quick and simple measures?
Subjective safety of cycling infrastructure – findings from the SuSi3D research project
David Friel, TU Berlin
Cycle-friendly solutions for intersections in Germany
Timm Schwendy, Darmstadt is cycling (Darmstadt fährt Rad) blog
Bettina Schröter, TU Dresden