BICYCLE DUTCH

All about cycling in the Netherlands

Tag Archives: United States (USA)

What can Seattle learn from Dutch street design?

For many of you it is holiday time and you may have other things on your mind. But if you have an hour to spare in the coming days I … Continue reading

22 December 2013 · 7 Comments

Americans getting inspired by the Dutch

It’s summer time, the time for travels! I know a number of Americans who are visiting the Netherlands right now. To see how the Dutch are cycling and to get … Continue reading

14 July 2013 · 4 Comments

US cycling from a Dutch perspective

While a delegation from Portland Oregon was visiting my hometown ’s-Hertogenbosch and some other places in the Netherlands to experience Dutch cycling, I was looking at cycling in the United … Continue reading

20 June 2013 · 236 Comments

What qualifies as Dutch Design?

The UK have recently started to look across the North sea for cycle infrastructure inspiration… again. Because some people in the UK already did that in the 1930s  and also in … Continue reading

12 April 2013 · 18 Comments

Of US students and a Spanish Award

Monday 16th July 2012 was a very special day for me! Professor Furth of Northeastern University in Boston had invited me to give a presentation to his students, while they … Continue reading

17 July 2012 · 11 Comments

State of the Art Bikeway Design – A further look

See also the 2014 post that sums up Dutch Junction Design Last month I wrote about the new NACTO designs for cycle infrastructure and held the junction design against Dutch … Continue reading

5 May 2011 · 3 Comments

State of the Art Bikeway Design, or is it?

See  also part 2 of this story – And a 2014 post as well An association of transportation experts of 15 major US cities (NACTO) recently published new guidelines for … Continue reading

7 April 2011 · 13 Comments
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 570 other followers