Cycling in response to crises
With over 37,000 kilometres of fully segregated bike lanes, the Netherlands is widely regarded as the world’s most successful cycling nation. More than one-quarter (28%) of all trips are made by bicycle, covering 17.6 billion kilometres each year, which equates to 3.0 kilometres of cycling per day per person. The Netherlands is also one of the safest countries in the world to ride a bicycle, with a fatality rate of just 0.9 per 100 million kilometres cycled.
Tour de Force
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