Friday, August 28, 2009

Copenhagen's 'best city for cyclists' goal

With less than four months to go until Copenhagen hosts the United Nations climate change summit, the city has announced its vision to become the world's best city for cyclists. In Copenhagen, a third of people already cycle to work, school or university. There are about 350km (217 miles) of cycle routes around the city. Cyclists have priority over cars and pedestrians at many major junctions and traffic lights. City officials have just announced their plans to get half of commuters using bikes by 2015.

Read the full article at BBC News and notice that the photo up front was taken next door to your course venue.

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