Urban Cycling in Europe. Module 6. Can hong Kong also become a bike city?. Case 1: The netherlands. Bicycle Parking Lot / AirBete@Wikipedia / CC BY-SA . 09860 / Dylan Passmore@Flickr / CC BY-ND. C ycle tracks are separated and protected from motor traffic by kerbs.
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Can hongKong also become a bike city?
Bicycle Parking Lot / AirBete@Wikipedia/ CC BY-SA
Cycle tracks are separated and protected from motor traffic by kerbs
Fietsstraat/ John Tarantino@Wikipedia/ CC BY-SA
09857/ Dylan Passmore@Flickr/ CC BY-ND
Hovenring Eindhoven/ HHahn@Wikipedia/ CC BY-SA
Sign indicating shared use bike path/ Cyclemania @Flickr/ CC BY-NC-ND
Cyclists at red/ heb@Wiki/ CC BY-SA
Copenhagen cycle path/ CianGinty@Flickr/ CC BY-NC-SA
Stop line for bicycles
Advanced stop line on the bike lane/ anabananasplit@Flickr/ CC BY-NC-SA
Cyclists will get a green light 4-12 seconds before cars do
“Pre-green” lights for cyclists in Copenhagen/ CianGinty/ CC BY-NC-SA
Cyclists riding at a speed of 20km/h can travel straight forward without being stopped by a red signal
Green Wave, Copenhagen/ Planetgordon@Flickr/ CC BY-NC-ND
Bike parade – transport/ Colville-Andersen@Flickr/ CC BY-ND
Cargo shopping/ Colville-Andersen@Flickr/ CC BY-ND
Cargo/ Colville-Anderen@Flickr/ CC BY-ND
Collage of the s-train bicycle system/ European Cyclists’ Federation@Wiki/ CC BY-SA
How would you “copenhagenize” Hong kong?
A familiar crosswalk/ malouette@Flickr/ CC BY-SA
Traffic/ Gramicidin@Flickr/ CC BY-NC-SA
Waterloo Station: Cycle Hire Mega Station/ Jack 999@Flickr/ CC-NC-SA