Cycling on Australian Roads – Report by Sjors van Duren from Holland

Next to Denmark and its capital Copenhagen, Holland is the other international poster-child for best-practice cycling infrastructure and participation. In Holland, 27% of all trips are made by bike. While the local culture and history is favorable for cycling in these countries, they still demonstrate the possibilities for modern transport solutions in our left-in-the-dark New World countries. Holland is generous in sharing its experience of cycling infrastructure and integration and supported a study tour of Australian ‘influentials’ in September who visited cities and regions in The Netherlands, including the Arnhem-Nijmegen City Region in the east of the country, bordering Germany. This […]

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