How The Dutch Got Their Cycle Paths

January 12, 2012 § 1 Comment

Fascinating stuff. Turns out they haven’t always been there – a combination of public protest, oil crisis, direct action and government leadership were all crucial.

h/t Maria Popova

§ One Response to How The Dutch Got Their Cycle Paths

  • I love this post: I dream of the day we can have safe bike paths and a bike communting culture in Costa Rica. There is some work to be done, but we are heading that way!

    Thanks for sharing, thanks for blogging!

    One of my most memorable journeys was the one that allow me to experience the dutch bike culture and meet some amazing people, involved in the climate justice movement, sustainbility and conservation. 5 kids al around the world travel to the Netherlands to make a call on stakeholders and decision makers on sustainbility, and it was all because of this precious cause of climate-nature-sustaniblity awarness and the work of people before us, people like you Casper.

    I don´t know if I ever said Thanks: THANKS!!!

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