- Leds warn of crossing cyclists – Fietsberaad
At the moment there are already led pedestrian crossings at some 20 locations in the Netherlands. Crossings where pedestrians are detected by means of infrared or radar detection, causing led lights to start flashing in the surface of the road. In Papendrecht a variation has now been installed on a roundabout covering cyclists as well.
- Ottawa cyclists learn from the Dutch how to make Ottawa more cycling friendly
On the first snow day of the winter, more than 100 participants showed up at the RA Centre for a Cycling Vision Ottawa workshop on cycling and mobility issues.
- Dutch Aim To Bust Congestion With Fast Cycle Routes – BikeRadar
In a bid to persuade citizens to switch to pedal power for their regular commute, the Dutch are to build a series of high quality, high-capacity cycle routes between towns and cities where traffic jams are a regular headache
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