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Equestrian Crossings (Traffic Advisory Leaflet 03) Department of Transport
Recommended practices to be followed when planning pegasus / equestrian crossings. This leaflet should be read in conjunction with the following Local Transport NotesThe Assessment of Pedestrian Crossings (LTN 1/95) and The Design of Pedestrian Crossings (LTN 2/95).

The Interface Between Highways and Greenways - Sustrans Information Sheet FF43
Information sheet looking at the interface between traffic free paths and the public highway.


Cycle Infrastructure Design (Local Transport Note 2/08, Department of Transport)
Joint guidance between the Scottish Executive, Welsh Assembly Government and the Department of Transport. Primarily aimed at local authority transport practitioners, it brings together and updates previously available guidance on on-road and off-road cycling provision into a single, comprehensive design guide.

Cycling by Design (Transport Scotland)
The primary focus of Cycling by Design is the establishment of guidance to ensure consistent and appropriate design, construction and maintenance of on-carriage and off-carriage cycling infrastructure throughout Scotland. The guidance provides detailed information about the principles of cycle lanes, kerb-segregated cycle lanes and bus lanes for on-road cycling facilities.

Department of Transport - THE DESIGN OF PEDESTRIAN CROSSINGS - Chapter 4

Legislation gov uk - STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS 1997 No. 2400 ROAD TRAFFIC The Zebra, Pelican and Puffin Pedestrian Crossings Regulations and General Directions 1997

Road Crossings for Equestrians in England and Wales (British Horse Society)
it provides a summary of the key practical points and measures on planning, designing and layout of controlled crossings for horse riders.

The Highway Code - Rule 195

Traffic Signs Manual - Chapter 5 - Road Markings 2003

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