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GB Cycling Embassy
A campaign that listens to how other countries provide for cycling with proven success, and tries to get our local and national Governments to listen.
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GB Cycling Embassy 2h
"The side road is probably the most important aspect of highways design to get right. If people can’t proceed along a footway swiftly, in comfort and safety, then walking from A to B is severely limited.”
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Streetfilms (966 videos!) 24h
Did you miss this from Ghent? This bike/ped bridge rises and lowers to let small boats/crafts in while you continue to bike over it. Never seen anything like it.
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Cathy Madge 21h
The new Cathays cycleway made our family bike ride to Bute Park much easier and more enjoyable - thanks
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Brandon Lust Oct 19
"What if it's raining?"
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Ken Wynn Oct 19
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GB Cycling Embassy Oct 19
The A2 motorway used to sever Maastricht in two. It’s now been buried underground, with the surface restored to a park, with no through traffic.
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Hackney Cyclist Oct 18
Protected cycle tracks are for everyone
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Mark Treasure Oct 18
Two-way cycleway running along the north side of the new Whipps Cross junction in Waltham Forest. The quality speaks for itself! (Also there is now continuous protected cycleway running from here, all the way to the boundary with Hackney)
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GB Cycling Embassy Oct 18
Video of Copenhagen’s 10m wide cycle path, over Dybbølsbro railway station
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John Entwistle Oct 15
I invested two years of my life fighting to get this safe bicycle lane installed on 17th St where scores of folks had been sent to the hospital. This is why we did it.
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GB Cycling Embassy Oct 18
The Dutch system of Sustainable Safety ensures that children have the right to move through their cities independently, in comfort and safety
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Mark Wagenbuur Oct 18
Utrecht (NL) reserves €46m for bridges or tunnels at 35 possible locations in the 130km of cycling barriers in the city. The investigation to find the 5 to 10 best locations has started
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Hackney Cyclist Oct 17
From railway lines, to railway viaduct, to a railway tunnel & canal in Delft, the Netherlands
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GB Cycling Embassy Oct 17
Good Cycling Facility of the Week Improved cycle path running through park on direct route to main train station - Leiden, NL
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GB Cycling Embassy Oct 17
‘Just’ 5,000 spaces at this underground cycle parking facility
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citymobility Oct 17
No people in wheelchairs. No people using mobility aids. No parents with buggies. No people on cargo bikes. No hand cyclists. No parents with kids sears on their bikes. Other than that, a UK cycle path. That not many people can use
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GB Cycling Embassy Oct 17
Good Cycling Facility of the Week Improved cycle path running through park on direct route to main train station - Leiden, NL
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GB Cycling Embassy Oct 16
Good Cycling Facility Bi-directional cycleway with forgiving kerbing and clear visual priority across side road - Delft, NL
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GB Cycling Embassy Oct 16
Good Cycling Facility Bi-directional cycleway with forgiving kerbing and clear visual priority across side road - Delft, NL
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GB Cycling Embassy Oct 15
Good Cycling Facility New protected cycleway, with clear priority across side road - Delft, NL
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