Europe has invested a lot of money in bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure over the past fifteen years, and more is coming.
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Brussels is planning to slice off part of an expressway near a major park and reconfigure it for hikers and bikers
Paris is taking steps to make pedestrians safer from scooters by automatic speed restrictions in areas around the city
Safety experts in the Netherlands are re-examining bicycle safety based on including ambulance and hospital figures, not only police reports.
A free fare program for pedestrians, bikers and people with disabilities is now open for more days and a longer season
An experimental solar path is generating power for 40 homes as well as a new safe lane for riders.
A coast-to-coast endurance and speed trial for Vespas and their like is underway.
An abandoned rail line is reopening as a bike and hike trail in Limerick
Paris takes the next steps in its goal of reducing gasoline-powered traffic with paid parking and reduced parking spaces.
More space on the train, more parking at the station to serve the growing numbers of bike-to-train commuters and travelers.
Cycling UK has created a 150-mile four-day loop that's almost all off-road.
Two Dutch cities have started the wheel rolling for another shot at hosting the start of France's famous bike race.
Ireland is opening a new 130km path along the banks of the historic Royal Canal for hikers and cyclists.
The Dutch bought over a million new bikes last year, half of them electric.