All posts tagged urban bicycle networks and sustainable communities

Recent developments to London's bicycle network mean it is easier than ever for commuters and city-centre-dwellers to get around by bike. But this has come at a cost, denying economic, environmental, and social sustainability opportunities to communities surrounding London's already affluent centre. Read more
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