All posts tagged urban bicycle networks and sustainable communities

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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
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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