Cycling in Hong Kong
Cyclists in Hong Kong have the same rights and responsibilities as all other road users, except for prohibitions from expressways and some other designated locations, such as tunnels and many bridges....
Cycling in London
Cycling in London is a popular mode of transport and leisure activity within the capital city of the United Kingdom. Following a national decline in the 1960s of levels of utility cycling, cycling as ...
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Cycling in Melbourne
Cycling in Melbourne, Victoria is common for recreation, commuting and sport. The city has an extensive network of off-road bicycle paths, as well as designated bicycle lanes on many streets. There is...
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Cycling in New York City
Cycling in New York City is associated with mixed cycling conditions that include dense urban proximities, relatively flat terrain, congested roadways with "stop-and-go" traffic, and streets with heav...
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Cycling in Paris
Paris has steadily increased its network of bicycle paths since the late 1990s. As of 2010 there were 440 km (270 mi) of cycling routes in Paris, including bike paths and bus lanes that had ...
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Cycling in Toronto
Cycling in downtown Toronto, November 2011Toronto, like many North American cities, has slowly been improving its cycling infrastructure. At the same time the number of cyclists has been increasing ...
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Cycling in Cardiff
Cycling in Cardiff, capital of Wales, is facilitated by its easy gradients and large parks. In the mid-2000s between 2.7% and 4.3% of people commuted to work by cycling in the city. However, cyclists ...
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London Cycling Campaign
The London Cycling Campaign (LCC) is an independent membership charity lobbying for better conditions for cycling in London. Its vision is to make London "a world-class cycling city". It is one of the...
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Copenhagen Super Bikeways
Copenhagen Super Bikeways are a network of bikeways under development in the periphery of Copenhagen, Denmark. A collaboration between Copenhagen Municipality and 18 surrounding municipalities in Grea...
Toronto-Niagara Bike Train
The Toronto-Niagara Bike Train (known in short as "The Bike Train") is an award-winning initiative in Southern Ontario allowing cyclists to travel by train on Via Rail to destinations across Ontario i...
Advanced stop line
An advanced stop line (ASL), also called advanced stop box or bike box, are road markings at signalised road junctions allowing certain types of vehicle a head start when the traffic signal changes fr...
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Bicycle transportation planning in Los Angeles
Los Angeles can refer to both the City of Los Angeles and Los Angeles County, as well as the larger Los Angeles region (consisting of a continuous urban landscape stretching from Ventura County in the...
Transportation Alternatives
Transportation Alternatives (T.A.) is a non-profit organization in New York City which seeks to change New York City's transportation priorities to encourage and increase non-polluting, quiet, city-fr...
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Bike New York
Bike New York is an organization based in New York City that encourages cycling and bicycle safety. They are best known for producing the Five Boro Bike Tour, the largest recreational cycling event in...
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Cycling in Bucharest
Cycling in Bucharest is less popular than in other European cities, in part due to the lack of cycling infrastructure. Nevertheless, cycling became increasingly common during the 2010s and thousands o...
Mikael Colville-Andersen
Mikael Colville-Andersen (born January 29, 1968 in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada) is a Danish-Canadian urban designer and urban mobility expert. He is the CEO of Copenhagenize Design Company, which h...
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Cycling in Syracuse, New York
Cycling in Syracuse, New York, has been common on the roads and paths for recreation, commuting, and as a sport since the latter part of the 19th century.During the 1890s bicycling was a new mode of t...
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Bike bus
A bike bus, also known as a bike train or a cycle train, is a group of people who cycle together on a set route following a set timetable. Cyclists may join or leave the bike bus at various points alo...
Louise Sauvage Pathway
151°03′56″E / 33.8331°S 151.0655°E / -33.8331; 151.0655Located alongside the suburb of Newington, New South Wales, and named in honour of Australian paralympic wheelchair race...
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Utility cycling
Utility cycling encompasses any cycling done simply as a means of transport rather than as a sport or leisure activity. It is the original and most common type of cycling in the world.
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Non-motorized access on freeways
Non-motorized access on freeways allows pedestrians, bicyclists and other non-motorized traffic to use a freeway. Such roads are public ways intended primarily for high speed travel over long distance...
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Cycling in Perth
Cycling in Perth, Western Australia is common on the roads and paths for recreation, commuting and sport. Between 1998 and 2009 the number of cyclists in Perth increased 450%.
Bike lanes exist on ...
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Cycling in Los Angeles
Cycling in Los Angeles accounts for less than one percent (0.6%) of all work commutes. Because of the mild climate, there is little need to carry the variety of clothing that cyclists require in other...
Hong Kong Cycling Alliance
The Hong Kong Cycling Alliance (HKCAll) (Chinese: 香港單車同盟) is a small non-profit organisation that works to make Hong Kong a more bicycle-friendly city. Through coordination of the efforts of Hong Kon...