Thursday, 24 June 2010


In any debate about cycling infrastructure and the benefits that it can bring to a city, two countries are always at the top of th elist of examples. They are the Netherlands and Denmark. Netherlands seems to have the slightly more superior infrastructure but regardless, compared to here, both are light years ahead.
one of the latest. It is about Copenhagen's plan for what are called Cycling Super Highways that are intended to encourage people in outlying suburbs to use their bikes. Note the comment in the film that Copenhagen is one of the most sprawled out European cities. It kind of defeats the argument that we are too spread out for this sort of thing.

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