Brno 2024: Where will bike paths and lanes be created?

Publikováno: 14. dubna. 2024, 3 min. čtení
Aktualizováno: 12. dubna. 2024
Úvodní foto: Jiří Motýl
Publikováno: 14. dubna. 2024, 3 min. čtení
Aktualizováno: 12. dubna. 2024
Úvodní foto: Jiří Motýl

In Brno, several bike paths are expected to be created this year and next year, facilitating cyclists‘ movement along some existing routes or creating new connections between parts of the city, such as in Řečkovice, Královo Pole, and Líšeň. Bike lanes will also be painted, and in several one-way streets, it will become possible to ride in both directions. This information was provided by Radka Loukotová from the press department of Brno City Council, as reported by ČTK.

This year, a bike lane is planned to be painted on the road going up to Kohoutovice. Currently, it exists only on Antonín Procházka Street and ends after the intersection with Šárka Street. Sections in Libušino údolí and Libušina třída streets are still missing. Similarly, a bike lane is planned to be created in part of Jugoslávská Street. „Partial two-way bike lanes will be created in Kozí and Veselá streets in the historic center, as well as in Klácelova and Venhudova streets. We will also legalize cycling on less busy sidewalks in Bubeníčkova and Jedovnická streets,“ said Loukotová.

New bike paths will either follow existing paths with natural surfaces, which are difficult to ride on when wet, or be completely new. These include a connection between Myslínova Street and the Červený mlýn area, which would cross a large road intersection on the major urban ring road, as well as connections between Podhájí and Karásek streets around Lachema, Pod Sídlištěm and Bělohorská, Podstránská and Holzova, Valchařská and Olší, and a bike path planned on Renneská Street.

In March, the city council also launched a survey among active cyclists who use bikes in Brno for both transportation and recreation. With their help, the city aims to create a new cycling strategy. However, despite various strategies and plans in the past, Brno still lacks safe bike paths where they would ensure connections between the city center and more distant areas, and in many places, the infrastructure remains disjointed.

This is an adjusted machine translation using Automat’s CycleLingo Translator (ChatGPT) of this article:

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