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The star roundabout in Bremen, where three roads and a tramline cross, resulting in six car lanes and six bike lanes entering, plus six exiting, plus two rail tracks going across with priority.

Cyclists can choose between the faster redmac centre lane through a very busy crossing or the pavement cycleway. Sustrans is trialing the faster lane.

Cyclists can here choose between the faster redmac centre lane through a very busy crossing or the pavement cycleway. This cyclists with a basket full of plants has chosen the pavement cycleway.

Cycle lane along a busy street under a fly-over at Bremen railway station.

At Oldenburgs traffic and planning offices.

Oldenburg’s Head of Transport Prof. Bernd Müller explaining Oldenburg's master plan to visitors from Cambridge Cycling Campaign.

Always helpful Dieter Husmann of ADFC Oldenburg at Siggi's DIY bicycle workshop at Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg.

Cycling along one of Oldenburg's "green fingers".

In Oldenburg large parking areas for bicycles are provided at every school. Cambridge Cycling Campaign visited Gymnasium Eversten, where over 90% of pupils cycle. The students said that this was because the bus was slow, "mummy-taxis" were … [more]

Cycle parking at Gymnasium Eversten in Oldenburg.

Cycleway crossing Bloherfelder Straße in Oldenburg. One-way for cycling, two-way for pedestrians.

Segregated cycleway and seperate dooring zone.

Brick stair with ramps, a bit tired after over 30 years in use.

Cambridge Cycling Campaign taking measures and pictures of steps with ramps (build in the 1980s), wide enough to wheel up luggage.

Getting ready for the official photograph of the Cambridge Cycling Campaign at the Chamber of Crafts in Oldenburg.

Warm welcome for the Cambridge Cycling Campaign at the Oldenburg Chamber of Crafts, where participants heard a very interesting presentation on the three year dual education programme that bicycle mechanics like any the other many crafts … [more]

Long wait at a combined light for pedestrians and cyclists. Oldenburg is starting to install separate lights, as cyclists crossing the road faster than pedestrians can be allowed a longer green phase.

Report in the local Monday morning paper about the official part of the study tour on Monday: See also NWZ TV filmed during the Monday morning ride and Buten & Binnen reporting from … [more]

Cycling infrastructure study tour of Oldenburg and Bremen. Breakfast after rush-hour ride, sponsored by

Study tour of Oldenburg and Bremen: After an early dinner at Phönix before an early rise on Monday. Nine sturdy Gazelles with kick-out stands occupying the space of one on-street car park.

Video of cyclists in Oldenburg during the morning rush-hour.

The motorway bridge is looks tiny from a distance between the trees in the background.

This foot&cycle bridge was added to a large motorway bridge, to complete the cycle wheel around Oldenburg.

This foot&cycle bridge over the river Hunte has become popular with bungee jumpers. The bridge links a flood plain north of the river with on south of the river and is a key element of the cycle-wheel around Oldenburg.

Enthusiastic campaigners taking pictures of a foot & cycle bridge attached underneath a huge motorway bridge.

Had this huge motorway bridge been planned with a cycle-bridge from the outset, this steep climb on the cycle wheel around Oldenburg could have been avoided.

This about 200m long foot & cycle bridge was added to a large motorway bridge over the river Hunte, which has to be high enough for seafaring ships to enter the Oldenburg harbour. It forms part of the cycleway wheel around Oldenburg.

Sign indicating a pavement two-way cyclelane. On top route sign for the Ole Karkpadd crossing the old airport, part of the wheel around Oldenburg, indicated by the sign with the red circle on a yellow background (colours of the city of … [more]

ADFC Oldenburg and Cambridge Cycling Campaign on cycleway crossing a former airport, now a solar farm.

An disused airport filled up with solar power farm and a cycleway crossing it.

Typical for the many housing developments accommodating Oldenburg's growing population. 30km/h, living cul-de-sacs permeable for walking and cycling.

Bicycle parking at Restaurant "Zum Drögen Hasen" (junction with Hörneweg, Oldenburg) on the western side of Oldenburg, near the university.

A modern German roundabout in Bloherfelde in Oldenburg, with an outer ring for cyclists with priority, see also #50294.

A modern German roundabout in Bloherfelde in Oldenburg, with an outer ring for cyclists with priority, see also #50293

Short video clip of a modern roundabout in Bloherfelde in Oldenburg (Germany), with an outer ring for cyclists with priority, see also #50276

ADFC Oldenburg and Cambridge Cycling Campaign working together 'under one tent'.

Lovely Gazelle bikes at the Radstation by the railway station in Oldenburg. Here a participant of the Study tour to Oldenburg and Bremen is testing a bike to choose the frame size and right seat hight.

Contintental winter bike tyres with spikes at Radstation Oldenburg.

Look who got ADFC memobilia?

The ADFC Oldenburg is engraving codes on bicycle frames which help to return recovered bikes to their rightful owners.

Video of a narrow lift bride in Oldenburg dating from 1927. The bridge provides an advanced green for cyclists to cross first once it is lowered. The system works with cameras to ensure that all cyclists are travelling over the bridge … [more]

Study Tour participants at the Damm, a narrow road leading towards Oldenburg's castle and city centre.

Participants on the Study Tour of Oldenburg and Bremen with Oldenburg's cycling officer measuring the width of the cycle track on Heiligengeiststraße, which is lined by "Oldenburg Stands" (proprietory improvement of the Sheffield Stand).

Cycling infrastructure study tour, kindly guided around Oldenburg by a group from the local ADFC. In the background the A29 bridge over the seafaring Hunte river. The bridge - … [more]

Could going German boost cycling number in Cambridge asks Cambridge News on page 5 on Saturday 18 May 2013 referring to Cambridge Cycling Campaign's study tour . The corresponding report from … [more]

Cycle traffic counter (on a Sunday in May). Location approx.

Traffic counter in Copenhagen, publishing the number of cycle journeys in the day and the year's running total. See also #41512,

Approx location of route sign on C99:

Approximate location of a footrest for cyclists on C99.

Approximate location of this footrest for cyclists on C99.

Copenhagen Northern Ring Road with cycleways on both sides.

Copenhagen Study Tour.

Chicane on the C99

C99 Albertslund NV route in Copenhagen.

C99 Albertslund NV route in Copenhagen. Public air pump #38871.

C99 Albertslund NV route in Copenhagen.

One of many public airpumps on cycleway C99.

This cyclepath is more than 2 1/2 Robins wide. (Location approx, near C99 Albertslund Routen.)

Segregated cycle path, over 3m wide. Pedestrians have their own, separate path.

Footrest for cyclists on the "Superfast cycleroute C99" - Albertslund Route: (Location approx.)

No right turn. No left turn. Except bicycles. This arrangement is complicated, a white straight arrow indicating what is allowed with "Bicycles free" would be easier. (Location approx.)

Many bicycles are parked at Dybbölsbro near Fisktorvet in Copenhagen.

Colourful set of "jopo bikes" at Baisikeli in Copenhagen.

Cycling Campaigners on study tour to Copenhagen.

Baisikeli (Swahili for bicycle) hires out ex-hire bikes which have been re-conditioned and then, when they are no longer considered suitable for use on the roads of Copenhagen, ships them to Africa. They also have a repair workshop and a … [more]

Rush-hour on H.C. Andersens Boulevard in København / Copenhagen. Langebro bridge in the background.

Rush-hour on H.C. Andersens Boulevard in København / Copenhagen.

DanHostel Copenhagen City on H.C. Anderson Boulevard.

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