Amsterdam is undisputedly the European bike capital. The modal split for cycling reaches around 50% in the city as a whole and even 62% in the inner city. Here, cycling is not a sport, but an everyday mode of transport.
And while other cities are more or less eagerly working on the extension of their bike infrastructure, we’re already there. Bicycle lanes form a continuous network, they’re broad enough for conversational cycling and equipped with their own traffic lights.
Experience Dutch cycling infrastructure on a tour through the historic city centre as well as some newly developed areas with architour. We’ll explain about the design of bike lanes, roundabouts and intersections, innovative bicycle garages, shared space concepts and the importance of non-verbal communication.