In order to define and provide protection to cyclists, concrete barriers are going to be installed. Reflectorized traffic paint and the barriers themselves are ready for deployment, according to Nimor. The entire stretch will also see the installation of lane markers to prevent switching of lanes by vehicles.
Two months ago, authorities declared SB Cabahug Street as a one-way street for vehicles bound northward as part of the rerouting scheme of the city. Since the left inner lane will be reserved for bicycles, loading and unloading of passengers will be allowed on the right side of the road.
Traffic Enforcement Agency of Mandaue or TEAM Operations Chief Glenn Antigua said strict implementation of no-stopping signals in specific areas will be enforced. Once the initial bicycle lane is proven to be successful, another lane will be set up along A del Rosario Street.