- How to get urban dwellers cycling: Make it normal – The Globe and Mail
Mr. Rohl, Copenhagen’s bicycle guru, was visiting Toronto this week from Vancouver, where he’s working on a new walking and cycling strategy for the West Coast city. He sat down with The Globe and Mail after his keynote talk at the Ontario Bike Summit.
- Why the Streets of Copenhagen and Amsterdam Look So Different From Ours – Commute – The Atlantic Cities
There are cities in the world that could have become just as hazardous to pedestrians, but whose citizens demanded something different. Amsterdam and Copenhagen are the best examples. These cities – today widely viewed as paragons in the area of “livable streets” – were headed down the same auto-centric route as the U.S. in the period following World War II.
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