It's a trend that is sweeping the globe: bike-able highways and cycling infrastructures are being introduced to major metro areas like London, Oslo, Copenhagen, and Amsterdam. These European cities are known for being bike-friendly, even bike-enthusiast communities and are furthering their environmentally-friendly passion by considering bike-based cargo delivery systems.
The U.S. has always been a bit behind on this trend, with four million miles of roadway but less than 200 miles of protected bike lanes. But there is great news on the horizon! 43 out of the nation's 70 largest cities are seeing an increase in cycling with numerous plans to encourage cycling.
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