SEGREGATED CYCLE LANES

What makes a cycle track attractive to cyclists?

What makes a cycle track attractive to cyclists?

In recent years, the length and quality of cycle tracks has grown around the world. Cities try to reduce the presence of motor vehicles on their streets while promoting the use of bicycles. This has led to the construction of new cycle tracks that attract more...

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Do bike lanes create traffic?

Do bike lanes create traffic?

With the increase of bike lanes in the cities there are groups of sceptic people that have begun to argue about the cons of this infrastructure. They use arguments such as: “taking street space away from cars would slow down traffic”; “bike lanes create traffic chaos...

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More and safer bike lanes mean more cyclists.

More and safer bike lanes mean more cyclists.

Nowadays there is a widespread consensus on the importance of a transition towards more sustainable means of transport such as the bicycle. That is why many big cities are investing in different projects and initiatives to promote the use of the bike. It has been...

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Yes, the bike lane itself is safer.

Yes, the bike lane itself is safer.

More and more citizens are agreeing that we need to change our transport habits, but among all these citizens aware of sustainable mobility, there are still discrepancies on how to promote this way of moving around the city; especially when we talk about bicycle as a...

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What kind of cycling helmet do I need?

What kind of cycling helmet do I need?

When we're cycling, we need to take care of some key aspects of security because this is the only way to protect ourselves. The principal weakness of our body is our head, so choosing your cycling helmet correctly to protect it is so important. How to Choose the Right...

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Segregated bike lanes in the US.

Segregated bike lanes in the US.

We all may know what a protected bike lane is: “are lanes that use physical dividers to separate bike lanes from both cars and sidewalks. They make it pleasant for anyone to bike, just as sidewalks make it pleasant for anyone to walk.” (peopleforbikes.com) Very likely...

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