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Road markings redrawn in many German cities after cyclists demand more space to comply with Covid-19 rules

Road markings redrawn in many German cities after cyclists demand more space to comply with Covid-19 rules

Philip Oltermann  writes on The Guardian website about the latest efforts to give cyclists “pop-up” cycle lanes for the duration of the Covid-19 lockdown. Is a similar initiative happening where you are?   Pop-up bike lanes help with coronavirus physical distancing in Germany German cities are redrawing road markings to create “pop-up” cycle lanes for … Continue reading

Brussels: “in the city of the EU Green Deal, new plans aim to give the streets back to pedestrians and help residents counter the crisis of a warming planet”

Brussels: “in the city of the EU Green Deal, new plans aim to give the streets back to pedestrians and help residents counter the crisis of a warming planet”

For anyone traveling through the centre of Brussels recently, you notice so many road works to create car-free zones.  Martin Kuebler writes on the Deutsche Welle about how the city is transforming itself. Let us know how you see the changes?   Greening the city: How Brussels is planning for climate change The Belgian capital … Continue reading

A whole range of possible societal and technological changes could revolutionise how we travel in the coming decades

A whole range of possible societal and technological changes could revolutionise how we travel in the coming decades

Marcus Enoch, Professor in Transport Strategy at Loughborough University  says a whole range of possible (though not inevitable) societal and technological changes could revolutionise how we travel in the coming decades in an article on The Conversation website. What do you think?   Four visions for the future of public transport The way people get … Continue reading