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New Zealand - Auckland - Cycleway

End of path from A1 footbridge (see nearby photos for barriers) at Tempsford, opposite Station Road.

Punt freight

The car share "Move" promoting an power assisted cargo bike at the electric vehicles exhibition in Oldenburg (Lower Saxony, Germany).

@ScotRail Not sure it's a problem, couldn't you just add lock storage by the Dunbar bike racks? #transport #future http://t.co/ms1X0AAGhu

Choice of by trip purpose in Oldenburg [Oldenburg Household Survey. 2009: http://www.oldenburg.de/microsites/verkehr/fahrradstadt.html ]. 43.7% of those going to work go by bike.

Choice of transport in Oldenburg by occupation [Oldenburg Household Survey. 2009: http://www.oldenburg.de/microsites/verkehr/fahrradstadt.html ]

See clip at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ybQXgDcrKXo On a narrow lane which is used by lots of people cycling and walking.

Transport spaghetti in the Highlands The meeting of three transport conduits, just east of Slochd. From top to bottom: the A9 on a bridge; unclassified road leading into Slochd (part of National Cycle Network route 7); and the Highland M ... [more]

Useless cycle lanes #1 Location: Newhaven, Edinburgh (Scotland, United Kingdom) Why bother? Does this help anyone? No. You've got to feel sorry for the people who have to paint these bizarre white lines. Can anyone think this is usefu ... [more]

A bike with two fixed metal baskets.

NCN 764 Railway Cycle Way, West Fife The former Stirling & Dunfermline railway which closed to passengers in 1968 seen near Bogside, Fife.

Bicycle in advertising. The sign reads L 100 kg, Ht 120 cm. This bike s called "The Long John". The load capacity is around 140 kg (308.6 lb) including the rider.

Bicycle symbol on Die Bahn trains.

Load-carrying Danish, Dutch and Swiss bicycles have been proliferating in Cambridge over the past few years. Here one Bakfiets.nl and two christianiabikes.com. A Winterthur had just passed.

Trains, trams and the underground in Cologne allow bicycles at any time at a charge. Bicycles travel free after 16:00 hrs. All "S-Bahn" carriages I used were carrying at least one full size bike. This bike was at 5:30 pm on the service from ... [more]

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