Pedaling On: One Year of ITDP’s Cycling Cities

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It has been one year since ITDP unveiled Cycling Cities at the UNFCCC Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, and we are proud to say that this bold global campaign has made significant progress since it was launched. Now, in the midst of COP27 this November, we want to recognize the achievements that our partners and cohort cities have made over the past year to move us closer to the goal of having 25 million more people living near safe cycle lanes by 2025. While the road ahead is still long, Cycling Cities has helped make clear the environmental, social, and economic benefits of cycling — and it has never been more urgent for more cities and governments worldwide to join our growing movement. 

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