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Germany’s first major national climate law has allocated a staggering €2.4-billion for cycling over the next decade. ADFC Director Burkhard Stork says it will take “Dutch vision and American ambition” to transform streets in cities big and small.
“In the majority of countries the idea that cyclists should cycle between cars and do not need real own infrastructure, is still dominant.”
Burkhard Stork, director of the German Cycling Association (AFDC) speaks with Geert Kloppenburg and Chris Bruntlett (Dutch Cycling Embassy) about the influence of vehicular cycling on the German bike infrastructure and how building a Dutch cycling network with American speed will shape the future of German cycling. https://lnkd.in/eY6qg2P
the Australian Government contribution to cycling to help manage climate change is???
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