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Issue 18 (4) 2019 pp. 5-14

Anna M. Grabiec, Sylwia Kurpisz

1Faculty of Environmental Engineering and Spatial Management, Poznań University of Life Sciences
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Department of Agriculture, Environmental Protection, Real Estate and Spatial Planning, Municipality of Przemęt

Material solutions for bike and pedestrian tracks in a context of environment protection

Keywords: pedestrian track, bike track, pavement, material solution, environment
Abstract:

Pedestrian and bicycle traffic becomes a subject of numerous urban, technical, social, economical and medical
studies. The paper presents some material solutions for pavement of pedestrian and bike tracks in the context
of their use as transport and recreation means. Service properties of pavement as durability, safety, comfort
and aesthetics were considered. Examples of ecological pavement types were characterised. Questionnaire
survey among potential users of pedestrian and bike tracks was carried out in order to know the opinions
on currently existing tracks and expectations regarding planned tracks. Also some in-situ experiments were
carried out for five districts in the city of Poznań in Poland to assess the current state and material solutions
of selected tracks. The research confirmed the increasing social interest, especially in the use of bike tracks,
which indicates the deepeding pro-ecological awareness and is a chance to improve the condition and health
of users simultaneously partly reducing pollution and noise bureden of motoring on the environment.

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For citation:

MLA Grabiec, Anna M., and Sylwia Kurpisz. "Material solutions for bike and pedestrian tracks in a context of environment protection." Acta Sci.Pol. Arch. 18.4 (2019): 5-14.
APA (2019). . Acta Sci.Pol. Arch. 18 (4), 5-14
ISO 690 GRABIEC, Anna M., KURPISZ, Sylwia. Material solutions for bike and pedestrian tracks in a context of environment protection. Acta Sci.Pol. Arch., 2019, 18.4: 5-14.
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