Two Years In, ITDP’s Cycling Cities Campaign Continues to Make Moves

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On the second anniversary of ITDP’s Cycling Cities campaign, it is a time to recognize the remarkable strides made by our partners and cities worldwide — and the work that remains ahead to bring safe cycling access to all communities worldwide. Over the past year, the landscape of urban cycling has witnessed a significant shift, primarily driven by the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and the growing interest in sustainable, active mobility options. In 2020, global sales of bicycles initially suffered a sharp decline due to the pandemic-induced shutdown of in-person retail and rental outlets — three years on, we are now seeing a demand for bicycles surge once again around the world, nearly towards pre-pandemic levels. 

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