Cycle advanced stop lines (ASLs)
Red zone spells safety for cyclists
The city council has installed ‘cycle advanced stop lines’ at numerous city road junctions.
Cycle advanced stop lines (ASLs) make it safer for cyclists by providing a safe space in front of queuing traffic.
With the addition of red road surfacing, this reinforces the presence of cyclists to motorists. When traffic lights are red, cyclists have a space to wait, with motorists behind them.
ASLs are installed as a matter of course at new or improved road junctions.
- Further information about cycling in the city, including free cycle maps, call (01273) 290487, or email email@example.com.
- Visit www.journeyon.co.uk to find out more about travelling in Brighton & Hove, including our journey planner and details of forthcoming events
- If you would like to suggest a location for a new ASL, contact us. Tel: (01273) 290487, or Email firstname.lastname@example.org