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F35 High-Speed Cycle Route Twente

F35 is the name of the longest high-speed cycle route that is currently in planning and under construction in the Netherlands. The almost 60 kilometres (37 miles) long cycle route … Continue reading

14 March 2013 · 8 Comments

No Copenhagen, that’s not good enough

Copenhagen opened the first ‘Cycle Superhighway’ with a lot of hype last month. I was really looking forward to seeing proper images of it. But I didn’t find any. I … Continue reading

8 May 2012 · 18 Comments

Seeing how the neighbours do it

Last Monday I had a few hours to spare while in London. The perfect opportunity to go and see all the traffic situations I ‘knew’ from following the blogs about … Continue reading

30 April 2012 · 16 Comments

Cycle highways: Swedish plans vs. Dutch reality

A month ago the internet was buzzing with good news: a 20 kilometer (12.5 miles) four lane cycle superhighway in Sweden would connect the cities of Malmö and Lund. It … Continue reading

27 February 2012 · 6 Comments

Inter-city cycling Geldermalsen – Culemborg (Netherlands)

Late 2010 there were reports that the Netherlands is building 16 fast inter-city cycle routes. So what do the already existing bicycle routes between cities and towns look like? This … Continue reading

7 February 2011 · Leave a comment

Bicycle infrastructure in the Netherlands

Another example of the type of protected separate cycle paths that gets people on their bicycles. Turn on annotations to see familiar and strong views on cycle infrastructure placed in … Continue reading

23 November 2010 · 1 Comment

Cycle Highway Breda – Etten-Leur

This cycle route in the South of the Netherlands was created in 2003/2004 as a model route for a fast and safe cycle route between cities and towns. The example … Continue reading

30 November 2009 · Leave a comment
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