As peak oil becomes a fact of life, policymakers are charged with finding and enabling newer and more efficient ways of getting around. From walking to public transit to cycling, the challenge has always been cultural as much as physical; when a city designed around the private automobile tries to adapt to other modes of transport, it's bound to run into resistance.
Other cities have made a point of integrating cycling infrastructure into their transportation networks. How successful have those efforts been in Toronto, and how do they compare to other cities?
The Jarvis bike lanes
Cycling in Copenhagen
Amsterdam: too much of a good thing?
Vancouver's bike-lane network
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