mobil­ity and infra­struc­ture

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.

Here is a selec­tion of our tours related to mobil­ity and infra­struc­ture:

Bike Lane in Amsterdam
Amsterdam

Bike Mobil­ity

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

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Rotterdam Central Station by Team CS - architecture tour
Rotterdam

New Rail­way Sta­tions

The west of the Neth­er­lands is one of the most densely pop­u­lated areas in Europe, and many people com­mute between cit­ies by train. The rail­way

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Bike Storage in Utrecht
oth­er loc­a­tions

Utrecht: Dutch Bike Cap­it­al

Utrecht is the most import­ant pub­lic trans­port hub in the Neth­er­lands, but the city also counts the highest num­ber of bike move­ments per cap­ita. 125,000

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