Comment 102367

By kevlahan (registered) | Posted June 12, 2014 at 09:20:44 in reply to Comment 102356

Paris seems to be an opposite example. When I lived there first in 1994-1998 no one cycled because it was seen as dangerous and un-Parisian. Then they started a massive investment in protected bike lanes and introduced the velib and now the streets are full of cyclists. There was clearly a latent demand and "build it and they will come" did actually work.

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