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The dramatic increase in contemporary carbon emissions is one of the consequences of the rapid development of the city. Its solution can be increased the public transport and promote green travel.

Many countries have started sharing bike programs and have also improved a lot of basic support, such as providing large numbers of shared bicycles, building bicycle parking racks, rebuilding roads, and changing laws. However, due to the imperfect city cycling network and incomplete facilities such as ramps, the riding trips often encounter multiple problems. For a redeveloped area, the simultaneous planning and construction of biking and motoring lanes is the perfect solution. However, it is very difficult to try to force the cycling network into the city network. For example, after a bicycle lane is added, the distance from the bus lane to the sidewalk and the distance from the bus stop to the intersection need to be modified. These led to more design flaws and work.

In fact, cycling is a small fashion today. If the government is willing to push it, it will be a golden opportunity to promote green travel.

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School of Architecture
Planning and Landscape
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear, NE1 7RU

Tel: 0191 208 6509

Email: nicola.rutherford@ncl.ac.uk


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