If you are interested in urban cycling then you’ve probably heard, visited or read about Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen and Portland. But what about other cities of the world with great urban cycling histories and cultures – here are the stories of some stand-outs.
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Melbourne Bike Share is a dud : Helmet laws to blame
By Andrew Leunig on October 15, 2010 in Blog, Business Issues, Case Studies, Communication, Insights, Life Balance
Bike Share Programs seem to be taking off across the world, except in Melbourne. The problem appears to be compulsory helmet laws.
Bicycle Share Programs
By Andrew Leunig on October 7, 2010 in Blog, Business Funding, Business Models, Case Studies, Fun, Insights, Lifestyle, Other Funding Sources, Other Stuff, Technology, Travel
Bicycle share programs are growing quickly around the world. They are pitched at short point-to-point travel and designed to fill in “the last half-mile” of public transport. Just perfect to get from the train station to the office. The Vélib’ in Paris has about 120,000 trips per day, so on average each bike is used […]