he City of Copenhagen wants half of all trips to be done by bike: an ambitious target even for Copenhagen which currently has a bike modal share of 37%. Continue reading Copenhagen sets ambitious cycling targets
The City of Amsterdam, however, would like to continue to increase the share of bikes on the road, especially in the winter months. One of the measures they are planning to take in order to achieve that goal is to install heated bike lanes for winter cycling. Continue reading Heated Bike Lanes in the Winter. Wouldn’t that be nice in Montréal!
In a recent article in The Atlantic Cities, contributing writer Eric Jaffe helps explain the “historically rocky” relationship between cyclists and police officers in New York. Continue reading Cops and Cyclists in NYC
Could New York, a city known for its streets full of aggressive and crazy drivers actually become a safe place to ride a bike? Continue reading New York City – a safe place to bike?
City Planners in the Copenhagen region are trying to entice suburbanites to take their bike instead of their car when traveling downtown for work or pleasure. Their strategy is to create 26 cycle superhighway routes linking the suburbs and the city. Continue reading Cycling Superhighway – the Danes do bike paths better than we do