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How to Design Bicycle-friendly Cities | The Life-Sized City

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Here is a list of some of the key elements in designing a city for bicycles. Not a complete list, but the music track was finite so yeah. But here is some serious T4under2° – AKA Transport for under Two Degrees – transport that can help get us on track for fighting climate change.

The Life-Sized City is a TV series about urbanism hosted by Danish urban designer Mikael Colville-Andersen, central figure of the urban cycling scene. In this best-of, he illustrates (by the example of Copenhagen) how to (re)design cities for bicycles – from lane width to traffic lights, from tilted garbage cans to bike parking.

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