This article presents six detailed case studies of cycling in the Netherlands (Amsterdam and Groningen), Denmark (Copenhagen and Ideal intersection modifications in Muenster: Special bike access lane, advance stop line, and priority green light for cyclists. Cyclists well into intersection before cars can even start to move. Source: City of Muenster, Department of Transport Planning Odense), and Germany (Berlin and Muenster). Except for Berlin, they represent the very best in coordinated policies and programs to make cycling safe, convenient, and attractive. © 2007 Eco-Logica Ltd.
Art: Nicholas Whitaker
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