Improving bicycle infrastructure

Bicycle infrastructure seems to be improving, slowly, in the US. Here’s one Dutch person’s take:

So people in the Netherlands don’t wear bicycle helmets. Most commuter and casual cyclists in Tokyo don’t either, though many weekend serious cyclists do.

Another thing I noticed: Dutch people abbreviate “infrastructure” to “infra,” just like people do in Japanese … or at least this Dutch person does.

He commented about how people in Chicago weren’t using the bike parking much yet. Hmmm. Chicago can get very, very cold and windy and snowy. Maybe that’s one reason.

What do you think about the bike infrastructure in your neighborhood?

San Francisco seems to be making strides. London, too:

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