The provision of safe and sustainable transport infrastructure is really important to the vibrancy of the West End. The new Mobility Corrals protect cyclists and bikes from road traffic, are made of recyclable materials and include planters to introduce greenery and biodiversity to the streets.
New West End Company, Project Manager
The Mobility Corral is designed to quickly re-allocate carriageway space for cycle parking; providing twelve protected spaces in the same footprint as a standard car parking bay. With robust racking arranged for bikes to be locked at the frame and the wheels, it fosters a tidy street environment by reducing ad-hoc parking against railings and other street furniture.
Ideal for regular bikes and dockless hire schemes alike, the modular construction can be configured for compact six space enclosures through to larger mixed used installations. Further customisation is available with integrated signage and Larch planters.
Finished in a durable grey nylon powder coat, the Mobility Corral’s robust steel frame blends seamlessly into the streetscape.
When empty, the enclosure has a low visual impact, when in use it brings order to parked bikes and reduces street clutter. Reflective trim ensures the boundaries of the corral are visible to all road users in low light conditions.
At 5260mm wide, the twelve space standard configuration fits in the footprint of a regular car parking bay; ideal for carriageway installation.
The six-space single module stands at 2710mm wide and is equally well suited to the pavement or carriageway. The optional Larch planters add greenery, colour and a premium appearance.
The Mobility Corral offers clear advantages over simple road-marked boundaries and built-out parking options. When installed on the carriageway, it creates a physical barrier to separate bikes from other road and pavement users, helping prevent damage from falls or vehicle strikes. The user is protected by the frame while parking and locking their bike. The racking is shaped to facilitate secure three point locking; bikes can be locked by the frame and both wheels.
When installed adjacent to the kerb, the frame is positioned to provide 1800mm of clearance to accommodate bikes with longer wheelbases. The floating rack arrangement and minimal ground fixings allow Corrals to be relocated, expanded or reconfigured to meet changes in demand. High level reflective signage makes each Corral visible from a distance.
Optional signage panels create space for branding or instructional content; ideal for promotion and hire schemes.
Single Module Dimensions
*A standard Mobility Corral is two modules and has a width of 5260mm. It comes with integrated sign posts, racks for twelve bikes and end panel signage.
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