Consistency of intersection treatment along a corridor has long been known to improve compliance and safety for vehicles (AGTM Part 6). We need to take the same thinking and apply it to our cycling corridors.
The video below shows five minor road crossings along a popular cycling corridor in Melbourne. Four are magnificent cyclist/pedestrian priority crossings, however one with almost identical characteristics has vehicle priority. This creates a situation where many cyclists miss the swap in priority and enter the roadway at speed with little attention.