How Does Cycling Infrastructure in These Global Cities Measure Up?

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In 2021, ITDP launched the Cycling Cities campaign, building off of momentum around cycling that emerged during the COVID-19 pandemic. During the pandemic, many cities swiftly responded to changing mobility needs by setting up temporary cycle lanes, designating reduced-traffic streets, and facilitating access to bicycles through reduced-fare or free bikeshare programs. In the years since, Cycling Cities cohort cities have committed to more ambitious plans to support cycling, which include everything from infrastructure to policies to local campaigns. 

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