Have I mentioned that cycle-space zones already exist?

In a sense, what I’ve done is simply announce something that is happening organically. While Portland and Minneapolis are the text book examples, virtually every post-industrial city has the beginnings of a waterway and rail corridor bike route, built for recreation, but attracting development and people who take their bearings from this parallel city. Many thanks to Brian Jones for sourcing this clip. Minneapolis\’ Midtown Greenway: Good for Biz, Good for Bikes

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Re: tip of the iceberg

    thank you, for your complete lucidity. “From brownfield to bikefield”: that even piques my own interest, after belabouring this for weeks now.
    The back story, is I’ve been writing and re-writing the last chapter of a book on bikes, cities and architecture, and feel the urgency of getting this message right. “Bikefield”… pretty neat 🙂 Thanks again.

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