Transport policiesthat produce physically segregated cycle lanes on main roads, combined with low-speed local streets,
low-speed local streets, will boost numbers of cyclists and provide the best financial return on investment.
Using Auckland, New Zealand as a case study the researchers showed that the economic benefits of
this policy can outweigh the costs by more than 20 times. Read more...
"Science for Environment Policy"
European Commission DG
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