Definition of Bicycle traffic
1. Noun. Bicycles coming and going.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Bicycle Traffic
Literary usage of Bicycle traffic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Keeping Children Safe in Traffic by OECD Staff, Kate McMahon (2004)
"... dedicated to foot and bicycle traffic. They have no sidewalks and pedestrians and bicyclists have the use of the entire street. Vehicle speed is reduced ..."
2. Safety in Road Traffic for Vulnerable Users by Ecmt (2000)
"The share of bicycle traffic thus differs greatly from one country to another and only approximate data on the subject are available. ..."
3. The Horseless Age (1899)
"Another point is the setting aside of a part of the road for bicycle traffic. This is a very difficult question. There is no doubt that cyclists as a rule ..."
4. Road Making and Maintenance: A Practical Treatise for Engineers, Surveyors by Thomas Aitken (1900)
"... and, besides, there were many other matters which I have left out of account, such as the impossibility of tramways, the danger to bicycle traffic, ..."