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Pinar Pinzuti Jun 1
The new bike lane in Corso Buenos Aires in Milan is used by 6000 cyclists per day.
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Pinar Pinzuti Jun 11
Use your brain Take the bike lane in İzmir, Turkey 🇹🇷
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Martin Michel Jun 17
Why they are named ? Because cars constantly pop up on the bike lane.
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Tab Combs Jul 17
Replying to @DrTCombs
...Acc. to Twitter, some of these actions are great. Others not so hot. What gives? What makes a , , or work? What cities are ‘getting it right,’ & why? Would love to hear your thoughts & see your examples. Hit me up 👇🏼
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Paul Sheppard Jun 27
Bewildering isn't it. Perhaps or can help given the instruction does appear to have come from above local level?
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David Schmidt May 30
While other European cities ban cars from their centers and deploy |s in these pandemic times, Hamburg installs a drive-in theater on its central Heiligengeistfeld. Resulting in more (polluting) cars!
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U-Shift May 13
In 2017 , Joana Magalhães da Silva and Luís Picado Santos described a method to identify a network, by reducing road lanes and widths or removing car parking. Thinking about infrastructure? Check this out 👉
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Gilberto Anaya #PonteLaMáscara May 30
Insurgentes is a 27km avenue that crosses Mexico City from north to south. Here's our first new normal in the making. 🙌
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Leeds Council News May 7
🚴♀️🚴♂️ New pilot scheme to enhance cycling safety on A65 - the first in announced. 👉
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Cork Cycling Campaign 🚲 May 24
Some healthcare workers from CUH have been in touch with us about a campaign to create a Mercy-Bons-CUH during . If you work at either one of these hospitals, and would like to get in touch with this team, please send us a DM for their contact details.
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Dirk Schneidemesser May 27
The next is currently popping up on Berlin's Frankfurter Allee. Until now, pedestrians and cyclists had to share a tiny shared sidewalk/bikelane. Now both will have more space.
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Luis Guimarães de Carvalho Jun 18
This is a in one of the most important avenues in Lisbon. But this is much more than just a new bike lane, this is a new city being born. Congrats
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Ben Hartley Jun 12
S in evening rush hour to . Wide safe , traffic moving freely, less excess speed. So far so good. What’s not to like? being bold about sustainable transport for post future
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TransportXtra Jun 11
Parking Review is out now! The June edition maps the rise of pop-up streetscenes and how social distancing will change mobility in the longer term. Check it out on ISSUU
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EcoRevolution Jul 22
New in Boston: Installation time: 1 night Length: 2.4 km
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Family ByCycle Jun 2
Last night, and I initiated the FIRST COVID CYCLE LANE IN NORTHANTS!! Large sums of money are useful but we already have cones in the county...
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Ben Hartley Jun 12
Not felt this safe cycling on main road since I hired a bike in . Some cone patterns look confusing but as get closer it’s clear what engineers are trying to do at junctions etc. Signage improving as well. [1/2]
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(((Tim Morton))) Jul 23
If you think COVID19 are a nuisance wait till you see what the is bringing so I signed petition
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Holgs Jun 3
Metro could be a great city for cycling. There's small signs that officials are starting wake up, but unfortunately the one I found only covered a short part of the route before cyclists were again exposed to speeding cars.
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Luis Guimarães de Carvalho Jun 20
New continue to apear in Lisbon . Congrats
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