Amsterdam is known as the biking capital of Europe, and Lee Feldmann wants to keep it that way. To help ensure the peaceful coexistence of cyclists, car drivers and pedestrians, the bicycle enthusiast gathers the opinions of people on the street.
German cities are scrambling to limit the number of free-standing rental bikes that clutter their sidewalks and parks. But campaigners say public bicycles are better than 20,000 more cars a year on the streets.
German engineering giant Siemens has announced plans to triple its investments in Brazil. It said the new resources would mainly go into electrification, automation and digitalization projects across the nation.
The Dutch capital has banned the pedal-powered bars following complaints of unruly behavior by inebriated tourists riding them. The ban has come into effect.
Cologne's city planners have proposed a pilot program that could alter a major north-south thoroughfare for cars. It's a nod toward cyclists that critics say literally doesn't go far enough.
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