All about cycling in the Netherlands
When road works take place in the Netherlands local councils make sure cycling can continue, even if that means that temporary bicycle bridges have to be built.
In this video examples in the city ‘s-Hertogenbosch (a.k.a. Den Bosch) where two such bridges were built in the summer of 2009. One over the old city moat and one over an 8 lane freeway. While the two normal bridges were rebuilt.
When a country takes cycling serious and treats cyclists as normal traffic. It makes sure cycling can continue also when the conditions of the infrastructure are temporarily changed.
Temporary bicycle bridges in ‘s-Hertogenbosch
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