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He likes cycling on the sidewalk? 😖 Japanese cyclists need to Tokyo's go…
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12 days ago by juliusbeezer
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Exactly. The whole road network should be available to all users.
reclaimtheroads  separatistcritique 
june 2019 by juliusbeezer
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That's well poky! Talk about stuck in traffic!
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may 2019 by juliusbeezer
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It was back in the day. a conscious reference, but coined to d…
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may 2019 by juliusbeezer
London cycling and the “by chance” success of Amsterdam | UK news | The Guardian
Oldenziel records that there was a class element to the disciplining of Amsterdam cyclists, which had been going on in various forms for decades. Cycling was what the lower orders did and, in the view of the authorities, they did it in a manner that was unruly, unpredictable and a hindrance to the car-led future. The first segregated cycle lanes, introduced in the 1930s, were an outcome of the process of marginalising cycling rather than an attempt to encourage it. But from the mid-1970s, new social forces came into play. Amsterdam’s counter-culture, allied with its preservationist movement, reclaimed the city’s cycling heritage as part of its resistance to motor-domination and redevelopment...
Oldenziel, who had pedalled round parts of the capital during the afternoon, told me her research had found that traffic-calming measures have represented the best use of public money in European cities in terms of encouraging cycling. Making car parking more expensive produced strong results too and generated funds for road infrastructure changes. She was precise about what sort of infrastructure brings about the best results. “A lot of cycling lanes are at the expense of pedestrians or public transit,” she explained. “These infrastructure visions often mean travelling at a high speed from A to B. That’s actually a car mentality. What you want is an infrastructure that is about the living street: about negotiation, about meandering and traffic calming. We do need to invest in infrastructure, but not in separate lanes.”
cycling  urban  pqpc  reclaimtheroads  separatistcritique 
september 2017 by juliusbeezer
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Stupid road engineer. Classic dooring lane. Avoid. Overtake driver side.
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august 2017 by juliusbeezer
Intimidation: why our roads need to change | Cycling UK
All-party parliamentary cycling group recognizes that bad driving around cyclists has got to stop:
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october 2016 by juliusbeezer
Please Slow Down on CS3 - Head on Crash - YouTube
A surfeit of obedience. Cyclists crammed into new "super" highway crash: Pokey tightrope more like
reclaimtheroads  crash_report 
october 2016 by juliusbeezer
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Routine Dutch injustice: cramped paths for cyclists ; smooth (& here empty) expanses for motors
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july 2016 by juliusbeezer
In and out the dusty bluebells - YouTube
A brief interlude on an segregated cycle path in the 'burbs of
ReclaimTheRoads  Nantes 
july 2015 by juliusbeezer
The Dutch road to a high level of cycling safety
The Netherlands is a world leader in bicycle use and safety. This paper explores how the Netherlands achieved an 80% reduction in the number of cyclists killed (predominantly bicycle–motor vehicle crashes) per billion bicycle kilometres over a thirty year period. Factors found to contribute to this improvement include the establishment of a road hierarchy with large traffic-calmed areas where through traffic is kept out. A heavily used freeway network shifts motor vehicles from streets with high cycling levels. This reduces exposure to high-speed motor vehicles. Separated bicycle paths and intersection treatments decrease the likelihood of bicycle–motor vehicle crashes. The high amount of bicycle use increases safety as a higher bicycle modal share corresponds with a lower share of driving and greater awareness of cyclists among drivers. Low cycling speed was also found to contribute to the high level of cycling safety in the Netherlands.
cycling  netherlands  road_safety  ReclaimTheRoads 
june 2015 by juliusbeezer
20mph speed limit
20mph limit throughout Tower Hamlets will do more for cycling than all other policies combined
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april 2015 by juliusbeezer
Imagine Freeways Completely Devoid Of Cars - All Day
You see, the Dutch can get their cycle infrastructure right if they make the effort:
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december 2014 by juliusbeezer

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