Cycleway Demarcation Block
Marshalls Cycleway Demarcation paving is used to indicate the beginning or end of shared pedestrian/cycle routes which are not separated by different levels. It is also used as a central delineation strip running the length of the shared route to provide a false kerb for visually impaired pedestrians.
Guidance states: – Laid transverse to denote the pedestrian path. – Laid longitudinal to denote the cycle path.
Marshalls Cycleway Demarcation Paving is used to alert pedestrians, including the visually impaired, to the proximity of a cycleway.
It provides a visual and physical indication to cyclists on the position of the central limit to cyclists and a visual and detectable underfoot warning to pedestrians.
Certification Logos and Accreditations
|Cycleway Block White|
|Cycleway Stop End White|