adding page this day (article from jun 2015)

20 most bike friendly cities on planet



bike – flykly smar wheelcopenhagen wheel

bike – Janette Sadik-Khan – citibike


Oslo is offering its citizens $1,200 to buy an e-bike

Original Tweet:


CityLab (@CityLab) tweeted at 3:25 PM on Fri, Apr 21, 2017:
Why the streets of Copenhagen and Amsterdam look so different from ours #citylabarchive


CNN (@CNN) tweeted at 5:08 AM – 7 Jul 2017 :

China’s “dockless” bike sharing could be coming to a street near you


David Pogue (@Pogue) tweeted at 3:17 PM – 28 Jun 2017 :

You can now buy a replacement wheel for your existing bike—that electrifies it! Here’s my review of two of them. (


Leyla Acaroglu (@LeylaAcaroglu) tweeted at 5:23 AM – 25 Nov 2017 :

The power of good design based on systems interactions “Road signs suck. What if we got rid of them all?” via @voxdotcom #design #urbandesign #systemsdesign (


bus ness

Angie Schmitt (@schmangee) tweeted at 8:51 AM – 26 Feb 2018 :

THE NEXT BIG THING in transportation isn’t the Hyperloop. It’s buses.

The task at hand right now isn’t building a new big thing. It’s making the big things we’ve already built work better for everyone.

These things require humility and hard work and focus and leadership. (

Kevin Klinkenberg (@kevinklink) tweeted at 8:58 AM – 26 Feb 2018 :

@schmangee I’d actually say the next big thing is the bicycle. Specifically – the e-bike, shared without docks. (


Robin Chase (@rmchase) tweeted at 5:20 AM – 11 Apr 2018 :

If ever there were a strong rationale for improving walking, biking, shared vehicles this is it. Gasp at annual cost of parking in cities (

1/3 of urban driving costs are for parking (other costs also include time lost to congestion)


CityLab (@CityLab) tweeted at 5:45 AM – 4 May 2018 :

Oslo is still planning to go car-free by 2019, thanks to an ambitious network of bike lanes. But old habits do die hard.




good bye cycle