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Protected Cycle Lane Networks Can Make a Big Impact on Climate Change

Amongst cities in middle-income countries, Bogotá, Colombia and Guangzhou, China are two that may seem to be vastly different. Nevertheless, both cities are united...

With the Launch of Cairo’s Bikeshare, Cycling Gains Momentum In Africa

For both urban residents and tourists alike, bikeshare programs are being seen as an environmentally friendly and cost-effective transport option, particularly as rising fuel...

Cycling’s Gender Gap: Breaking The Cycle of Inequality

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How Cycling Powers People and Economies

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Riding Into A New Urban Agenda

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Protected: Strengthening the Human Infrastructure of Cycling

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Mexico’s Ideamos Program Shows Bicycles Are Moving More than People

For decades people in cities around the world have been using bicycles for so much more than passenger travel. Since the start of the...

Mexico’s Ideamos Program Shows Bicycles Are Moving More than People

For decades people in cities around the world have been using bicycles for so much more than passenger travel. Since the start of the...

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