All posts tagged congestion

Before the bicycle arrived in Amsterdam in the 19th century, the city had undergone six centuries of development, inadvertently creating a compact urban environment ideal for bicycle use. However, the city's suitability for a bicycle network is about more than its compact size. Read more
Cities all over the world are developing their bicycle networks, building bicycle lanes and implementing city-wide cycle hire schemes in order to begin to tackle the challenges that face our cities. But how might such a change affect urban populations? Read more