La movilidad en bicicleta tiene dos dinamicas, una de ellas es la social otra es la del transporte.
During the many years in which pedestrian traffic was primarily treated as a form of transport that belonged under the auspices of traffic planning, city life’s bounty of nuances and opportunities was largely overlooked or ignored. The terms used were “walking traffic”, “pedestrian streams,” “sidewalk capacity,” and “crossing the street safely.” But in cities there is so much more to walking than walking! – Cities for People
What if bicycle facilities were designed with the same care and attention as a park, plaza, or public square? What if designers began to think about programmed activity when designing for cyclists? To do so would take a monumental paradigm shift in how we think about cyclists, their relationship to others, and what they need from the facilities they use. One might well consider whether we design for a…
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