Image Collection create a gallery browse galleries advanced search « (Image 29 of 386) <Prev | Next> small ( log in to see larger image) ©2003 Project for Public Spaces, Inc. All rights reserved. These Amsterdam roads are blocked off from pedestrian and bike traffic by bollards Image Details Title: Keeping Car Traffic on Roads [Simplified URL] Image ID: 23362 Rank: What's this? Location: Amsterdam Photo Credit: Fred Kent Contributed by PPS Keywords: bike path lane retail street bollards cafe amsterdam fhwa325 pedestrian barriers european urbpc rdtf trclmrdd Categories: Bollards Bollards Separated Bicycle Lanes Galleries: Galleries in which this image appears: GSA Bollards Bollards offer a more flexible, decorative and less intrusive security alternative to the Jersey Barrier. Pedestrians can move through them freely and do not have to alter their route or climb over them. They also provide a way to delineate the public zone from the semi-private zone. When placed along the edge of a sidewalk, bollards can serve to protect pedestrians from moving automobiles. Like What You See? PPS images are available for purchase. Click here or call our office at (212) 620-5660 and speak to Ethan Kent for details. PPS members receive a discount on images. Become a member today!