Infrastructure is everywhere in Holland. In fact, the entire country can be seen as one big infrastructural project. The Netherlands have a very well-developed bike and public transport infrastructure. In Dutch cities, cycling infrastructure forms a continuous system, pervading the entire city fabric and reaching out into the countryside.
Another important form of transport in Holland is the railway. On an average weekday, 1,3 million people commute between cities by train. Accordingly, the system is so dense that it resembles a large-scale metro network.