Examples of bicycle friendly principles applied to road (re)design standards?
Through my local cycling club I have the opportunity to participate in the review process of various local road and transport projects.
I'm interested in finding any formalized, cycling friendly, standards that have been adopted by other car-centric cultures. The Dutch models will probably not work based on their requirement for a large amount of realestate that is not available to REdesign projects and the lack of necessary mentality with regard to pedestrians, cyclists, motor traffic.
I've used the search function for the forum and have found a few examples. But, have found this a very frustrating search, requiring a great deal of wading through other stuff to find a few gems.
If any of you have a database or compiled list of Standards that have been studied, suggested or adopted by various agencies I would be very interested in seeing it, in an effort to further my own education and ability to think about and contribute in a meaningful manner.
Thanks in advance,