Posts tagged with 'Berlin'
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Need New Ideas to Advance Public Transport? Look to Vienna
Need New Ideas to Advance Public Transport? Look to Vienna
European cities by and large have a sterling reputation when it comes to walkability and public transportation. Recent data compiled by Ralph Buheler, John Pucher and Alan Altshuler in the International Journal of Sustainable Transportation show that between 1989 and ...
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Cycling in Three World Cities: How Do They Compare?
Cycling in Three World Cities: How Do They Compare?
What urban characteristics create successful bicycle programs and how can cities with low cycling rates learn from these? This blog post aims to provide answers to these questions, based on a research project, “Case Studies in Urban Mobility: The Role ...
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Friday Fun: Beautiful Time-Lapse of Berlin's Transportation
Friday Fun: Beautiful Time-Lapse of Berlin’s Transportation
The patterns that appear when you speed up the small and slow rituals of everyday life become hypnotic and peaceful in time-lapse videos, which is why Matthias Makarinus‘s video of Berlin is fascinating. Created out of 50,000 photos and thousands ...
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Friday Fun: Cars Paint Roads
Friday Fun: Cars Paint Roads
Iepe Rubingh, a Dutch artist, transformed a busy intersection in Berlin into a public art piece. “Painting Reality” is composed of bikers spilling liters of environmentally friendly and water-based paint in the path of moving traffic. Once spilled into the ...