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Cycling Professor
It is NOT about cycling. It is about getting rid of car traffic (and all its affiliated negative impacts) as a dominant part of the mobility mix. Amsterdam is in end game to marginalize car traffic as an unwelcome guest. (data by )
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Hans Kremers 5 Aug 18
Un vrai plan vélo permet des économies considérables dans les dépenses pour le transport public: voir Copenhague et Amsterdam dans ce tableau !!
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Richard Liod Sanders 5 Aug 18
Very interesting figures. What is the source?
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Wuppertal Institut 6 Aug 18
The study "Living. Moving. Breathing. Ranking of European Cities in Sustainable Transport" - The ranking, compiled by the and funded by Greenpeace, compared 13 metropolises, read more ->
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Ria Glas 5 Aug 18
Goed zorgen voor fietsers hoort er wel bij. Fietsen in Kopenhagen is relaxter dan in Parijs
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David Hunter 6 Aug 18
Modal share charts like this which show ‘main mode’ only grossly under-represent the importance of walking; a key part of most public transport and many car/bike journeys
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Thijs Koolmees🚴‍♂️ 5 Aug 18
Shows that Amsterdam should do more to lure motorists towards public transportation, most notably by investing in better regional network.
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bici is not coche 6 Aug 18
Madrid does not have 6% cycling by a long shot. In Madrid cyclists are below 1% of modal split. I do not know how on earth they get this data, but it is very very wrong.
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The🎧 - 🔔- ☢️ -🚲 5 Aug 18
It would be interesting to see Utrecht on this scale. To my guess it would be in between Amsterdam and Paris.
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Berend Schotanus 6 Aug 18
Ik denk dat in Utrecht het aandeel fietsen hoger, het aandeel OV lager is dan Amsterdam
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sonal s kulkarni 5 Aug 18
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