Pedestrian Safe Zones within Site Hoarding

During the site set up phase this contractor established their site hoarding along a busy city centre location, which also has a live cycle lane that runs parallel with the hoarding.

This particular cycle lane is used by both cyclists and members of the public. The team recognised a risk where pedestrians are walking within close proximity of passing cyclists along this route, to reduce the potential risk of a pedestrian being hit by a bike, they introduced a number of safe zones within the site hoarding.

The safe zones are a specific enclosure within the hoarding that allows a pedestrian to step in and allow oncoming cyclists to pass freely without risk of a collision.

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Entry submitted by John Paul Construction


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