Bicycle Commuting in Portland and Copenhagen

Bicycle Commuting in Portland and Copenhagen
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Bicycle commuting is growing in popularity in major cities across the globe. Portland's Create-a-Commuter program is the first project in the United States that provides low-income adults with commuter bicycles, equipped with lights, a lock, a helmet, a pump, tool kits, maps, and rain gear.

Janice Chow
  • 31 august 2009

Bicycle commuting is growing in popularity in major cities across the globe. Portland’s Create-a-Commuter program is the first project in the United States that provides low-income adults with commuter bicycles, equipped with lights, a lock, a helmet, a pump, tool kits, maps, and rain gear. It also comes with a session on commuter safety. Used by about 48,150 riders a day, Portland’s network of bike routes has been successful in dramatically increasing bicycle use.

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