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Saturday, May 2, 2009

Better bicycle infrastructure = higher usership

Great video showing what can happen if you provide adequate bicycle infrastructure in a city. People will commute to work, go shopping and visit friends all by bicycle. Don't take my word for it though...


3 comments:

Cincinnati NAMjA said...

I can't wait until Cincinnati gets on the ball.

Quim said...

I have to say that stretch of bicycle & pedestrian shared lane looks awfully dangerous.
On a brighter note, finding a place to lock a bike in the Northside business district is getting harder every day. Pretty cool problem.

Randy Simes said...

The same can be said up on Calhoun near the University of Cincinnati. I don't understand why they didn't include more of those built-in bike racks, that look like circles, on the parking meters up there. All that new streetscaping looks great, but it is void of places to lock your bike. I'm glad the new Vine Street streetscaping project will include those built-in racks I mentioned.

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