An underground bike garage in Aarhus, Denmark, is one example of the investment European cities are making in cycling infrastructure. With bike infrastructure that’s often already impressive, the cities are preparing to spend even more as they try to reduce traffic congestion and carbon footprint. Photo taken Nov. 9, 2015.
An underground bike garage in Aarhus, Denmark, is one example of the investment European cities are making in cycling infrastructure. With bike infrastructure that’s often already impressive, the cities are preparing to spend even more as they try to reduce traffic congestion and carbon footprint. Photo taken Nov. 9, 2015. Claudia Himmelreich McClatchy
An underground bike garage in Aarhus, Denmark, is one example of the investment European cities are making in cycling infrastructure. With bike infrastructure that’s often already impressive, the cities are preparing to spend even more as they try to reduce traffic congestion and carbon footprint. Photo taken Nov. 9, 2015. Claudia Himmelreich McClatchy

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