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Copenhagenize offers a strategy for building bike-centric cities

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Mikael Colville-Andersen, urban designer and founder of Copenhagenize—a design studio specialising in bike infrastructure—has now released a book, “Copenhagenize: The Definitive Guide to Global Bicycle Urbanism”, with the aim of promoting an uptake in urban cycling.
According to the European Environmental Agency’s “Air quality in Europe—2017 report”, the year 2015 was a historically warm year globally and the road transport sector was the largest contributor to total nitrogen oxide emissions and the second largest emitter of black carbon.
“Air pollution continues to have significant impacts on the health of the European population, particularly in urban areas. It also has considerable economic impacts, cutting lives short, increasing medical costs, and reducing productivity through working

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