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Urban Cycling in Europe. Module 6. Can hong Kong also become a bike city?. Case 1: The netherlands. Bicycle Parking Lot / [email protected] / CC BY-SA . 09860 / Dylan [email protected] / CC BY-ND. C ycle tracks are separated and protected from motor traffic by kerbs.

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Urban Cycling in Europe

Module 6

Can hongKong also become a bike city?


Case 1: The netherlands

Bicycle Parking Lot / [email protected]/ CC BY-SA


09860/ Dylan [email protected]/ CC BY-ND

Cycle tracks are separated and protected from motor traffic by kerbs


In some roads cyclists are given the priority to use the roads.

Fietsstraat/ John [email protected]/ CC BY-SA


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09857/ Dylan [email protected]/ CC BY-ND


Hovenring Eindhoven/ [email protected]/ CC BY-NC-ND

Hovenring Eindhoven/ [email protected]/ CC BY-SA


Netherlands – Train Bicycle Storage/ Cyclemania @Flickr/ CC BY-NC-ND

Sign indicating shared use bike path/ Cyclemania @Flickr/ CC BY-NC-ND


Case 2: Denmark

Cyclists at red/ [email protected]/ CC BY-SA


The Quary Bridge in Copenhagen/ [email protected]/ CC BY

Copenhagen cycle path/ [email protected]/ CC BY-NC-SA


Stop line for cars

Stop line for bicycles

Advanced stop line on the bike lane/ [email protected]/ CC BY-NC-SA


Traffic light for cyclists

Cyclists will get a green light 4-12 seconds before cars do

“Pre-green” lights for cyclists in Copenhagen/ CianGinty/ CC BY-NC-SA


Green wave for cyclists

Cyclists riding at a speed of 20km/h can travel straight forward without being stopped by a red signal

Green Wave, Copenhagen/ [email protected]/ CC BY-NC-ND


Three Generations/ [email protected]/ CC BY-NC-ND

Bike parade – transport/ [email protected]/ CC BY-ND

Cargo shopping/ [email protected]/ CC BY-ND

Cargo/ [email protected]/ CC BY-ND


Velo-city Global 2010 Copenhagen/ Daniel [email protected]/ CC BY-NC-SA


Collage of the s-train bicycle system/ European Cyclists’ [email protected]/ CC BY-SA


What do you think of urban planning in Hong kong?

How would you “copenhagenize” Hong kong?

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A familiar crosswalk/ [email protected]/ CC BY-SA

Traffic/ [email protected]/ CC BY-NC-SA


CASE STUDY 3: THE UK


The Hairy Biker/ Gareth Williams @Flickr/ CC-BY

Waterloo Station: Cycle Hire Mega Station/ Jack [email protected]/ CC-NC-SA


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