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Tag Archives: unravelling

Going for a swim

Sports and I are not a great match, to put it very mildly. And it has been like that all my life. To give but one small example: I was … Continue reading

18 April 2013 · 15 Comments

Unravelling modes

Something I haven’t written much about yet is the unravelling or unbundling of modes. This is a way of separating cycle routes from main routes for motorised traffic. In the … Continue reading

29 November 2012 · 10 Comments

“Separate where needed, mix where possible”

It is a fact that not every street in the Netherlands has separated cycle paths. It is also true that Dutch traffic experts do sometimes say that in road building … Continue reading

9 August 2012 · 7 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

A quiet junction in Utrecht (Netherlands)

Two videos to explain why a junction in Utrecht in the Netherlands is such a quiet junction, so pleasant for people cycling. Non-stop relaxed cycling, Utrecht Netherlands A bicycle friendly … Continue reading

2 October 2010 · Leave a comment
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