Will Swimming Be The New Eco-Friendly Way To Commute To Work?

Will Swimming Be The New Eco-Friendly Way To Commute To Work?
Design

The LidoLine is a proposal in London to use the canals for commuting, rethinking the existing areas to make them function more efficiently for the city.

Emma Hutchings
  • 17 october 2012

‘LidoLine’ is a concept for London’s canals that proposes using them to get to work instead of cycling or taking public transport. While there would be some obstacles to face by swimming (like where would you put your clothes for work?), the idea is to rethink the use of existing infrastructure to make it function more efficiently for the city.

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