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Tag Archives: Houten

Modern indoor bicycle parking facilities

After the look at home parking earlier last month, we now look at the busier areas of many Dutch cities again. Especially around the shopping areas in the city centres … Continue reading

1 August 2013 · 4 Comments

Grade separated roundabout – the safest solution for a junction

In my ongoing series about safer junctions I have covered Dutch junction design and how it differs from that of other countries. I then showed you that the Dutch have … Continue reading

26 May 2011 · 2 Comments

Houten celebrates cycling

Houten, “Cycling city 2008” in the Netherlands, celebrated the official opening of two railway stations, a work of art and -by opening a giant bicycle wheel lock- the grand bicycle … Continue reading

21 April 2011 · 4 Comments

Direct Cycle Routes in the Netherlands

A cyclist in the Netherlands can usually follow a more direct route through cities than motorized traffic can. This so-called ‘unravelling’ of modes is one more reason that makes cycling … Continue reading

15 November 2010 · 1 Comment

Cycling and big intersections in the Netherlands

In Dutch cycle infrastructure major intersections were created in different ways in the past. First we see a major intersection from the 1960s in Utrecht. Two roads with 2×2 lanes … Continue reading

28 August 2009 · Leave a comment

Cycling from Geldermalsen to Utrecht, Netherlands

Second part of the ride from ‘s-Hertogenbosch to Utrecht. This part was cycled three months after the first part and it was now full blown spring. There were more cyclists … Continue reading

1 May 2009 · Leave a comment
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