Posts tagged with 'Denmark'
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Smart public bikeshare: The wise man’s means of transportation
Urban mobility systems are made to accommodate current mobility needs, and provide access and opportunities in cities. However, increasing urbanization and motorization – occurring primarily in developing countries – are contributing to a growing global challenge for transport planners and ...
Friday Fun: Fusing Bikes Into Copenhagen's Landscape
Friday Fun: Fusing Bikes Into Copenhagen's Landscape
Copenhagen has often been featured here for bike-related fun. From a suburban cycle super highway to an urban bicycle library, Denmark’s capital has truly established itself as a biker’s paradise for its good deeds done for pedals. A Swiss firm ...
The Basics on Congestion: Singapore, London, Copenhagen
The Basics on Congestion: Singapore, London, Copenhagen
Thanks to Copanhagenize.com, I’ve come across a great video from the Mexican office of the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy. It nicely sums up in less than four minutes the glaring and basic problem with non-integrated and car-centered design. ...
Friday Fun: Bicycle Library in Copenhagen
Friday Fun: Bicycle Library in Copenhagen
What if you could check out a bike like a book from a library shelf? The question, thanks to the Bicycle Innovation Lab, is not “if” but “where.” The Copenhagen cykelbiblioteket, or, in English, “Bicycle Library,” will loan you a bike for ...
Worldwide Cycle Superhighways: Copenhagen, London, New York
Worldwide Cycle Superhighways: Copenhagen, London, New York
  City planners in Copenhagen launched a new “cycle superhighway” in April, extending from the western suburb of Albertslund into the city proper.  This route is the first of 26 planned routes set to comprise a 300-kilometer (186-mile) system. The ...
Research Recap, July 9: Quality of Life, Sustainable Commutes, Rail TOD, Induced Travel Demand
Research Recap, July 9: Quality of Life, Sustainable Commutes, Rail TOD, Induced Travel Demand
Quality of Life The Institute of Transport Studies at Monash University, Australia published a study linking quality of life  and public health to  transport systems and overall user happiness. Sustainable Commutes A team of scholars from Belgium correlated shorter, more ...