There would not be a post this week, normally, but I found something! An old video that I uploaded to YouTube in February 2016, but that I had never made public. Interestingly enough it starts at the exact location of a Tweet I posted earlier this week that went a bit viral. This made me think that I should make this never published video public in this “no-post” week.
The video I found shows how the service streets alongside Carnegiedreef had been transformed into a cycle street between 2009 and 2015. The red asphalt of the new cycle streets connects to the cycle paths alongside other parts of the Carnegiedreef to create a continuous cycle route. The second part of the video shows the Gambiadreef that was narrowed, or better: cut in half. I may have never published this short video, because I had already published a post about the reconstruction of the that entire neighbourhood and I chose to show the reconstruction of the Carnegiedreef in its entirety in a longer video and another post. It may still an interesting short video, though. That is why I am publishing it now, six years later. I only added the years and my current logo.