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À Berlin, le 4 juin 2023, près de 30 000 cyclistes ont fait campagne pour de meilleures conditions de pratique du vélo. Shutterstock/Mo Photography Berlin

Cycling: The untapped potential for improving our health (and the climate)

Every kilometre cycled in France saves around one euro in healthcare costs, according to a recent analysis of decennial mobility survey.
A man pulls his kids behind an electric bicycle near the pier in Huntington Beach, Calif. Paul Bersebach/Orange County Register via Getty Images

E-bike incentives are a costly way to cut carbon emissions, but they also promote health, equity and cleaner air

Many incentive programs promote e-bike use, but they aren’t necessarily targeting the right people for the right reasons.
Retractable bollards can be used to signal priority areas on streets for smaller vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians. Eugene Nekrasov/Getty images Plus

Ever-larger cars and trucks are causing a safety crisis on US streets – here’s how communities can fight back

Cars are getting bigger on US roads, and that’s increasing pedestrian and cyclist deaths. A transport scholar identifies community-level strategies for making streets safer.
With more and more Canadians cycling, it is crucial we have up-to-date information on what cycling infrastructure exists and where to find it. (Callista Ottoni)

How Canada’s first national cycling map will benefit both riders and public planners

Cycling in Canada has been experiencing a great boom in recent years. Yet, there was no consistent and complete way to measure cycling infrastructure, until now.
An image of KidicalMass in Barcelona, in May 2022. Calvox Periche/Kidical Mass

Return of the child-friendly city? How social movements are changing European urban areas

Urban development and social norms concerning childhood have led European cities to a situation where public spaces are no more spaces for children and young people.

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