Saturday, October 17, 2009

For the Danes, city planning is all about the bike

Globe and Mail, October 13
Author: Gary Mason

When you think of rush hours in major world centres, you imagine cars inching along, going nowhere fast. But the morning and afternoon commute in Copenhagen is something else entirely. It is a spectacle involving tens of thousands of cyclists roaring down dedicated lanes in tight packs, past cars moving at half the speed, if at all.

1 comment:

Gussy said...

Victoria has a mini highway, The Galloping Goose and Lockside trails.