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China public bike scheme

The database for public bike systems in China.
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At the frontiers of cycling: Policy innovations in the Netherlands, Denmark, and Germany

This article presents six detailed case studies of cycling in the Netherlands (Amsterdam and Groningen), Denmark (Copenhagen and Odense), and Germany (Berlin and Muenster). Except for Berlin, they rep
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From the Netherlands to America: Translating the world’s best bikeway designs

The Netherlands is widely recognized for having the highest cycling rates in the world. They do it because after the country started down the path toward car dependence, they made a conscious decision
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FHWA bicycle and pedestrian program

The Bicycle & Pedestrian Program of the Federal Highway Administration’s Office of Human Environment promotes bicycle and pedestrian transportation use, safety, and accessibility. The progra
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Cycling-inclusive policy development: A handbook

This handbook provides detailed information on how to develop cycling-friendly policies and facilities. It can help you, as a planner, engineer, community leader of advocate to enrich your own ideas a
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