As far as cycling cities go, Copenhagen’s hard to beat. The 40 percent of residents who commute by bike have access to a citywide network of protected bike lanes and sleek infrastructure built just for them.
But the Danish capital isn’t settling. It hopes to be carbon neutral by 2025, a goal that requires getting even more people out of their cars and onto bikes or into public transit. And to achieve those goals, the city’s latest Intelligent Transport Systems Action Plan calls for making riding a bike or taking the bus more appealing…. read more here
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