‘Do I risk it?’ Your photos of the world’s best and worst cycling infrastructure | Cities | The Guardian

Cycling infrastructure worldwide – the wonderful to  a horrible.

Palmy has it’s share of good and evil. Every roundabout is a death trap and with the rise of tinted windscreens cyclists can’t catch the eyes of drivers to reassure themselves.  Plenty of drivers just cut you off anyway. The cycle tracks are just lines of paint, parked on by cars and often covered in glass. Yes the bridle path is great and the council is trying but, you know, in New Zealand- cars rule.

From Hong Kong to Cape Town, Seoul to Selly Oak, here are some of the standout examples

Source: ‘Do I risk it?’ Your photos of the world’s best and worst cycling infrastructure | Cities | The Guardian

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