Cycle sense

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Could ‘Crap Cycle Lanes’ be the ideal stocking filler for the landscape planner in your life?

More seriously, Kim Harding examines the shortage of cycle parking in Edinburgh and considers policy options which could improve the provision of cycle parking.

And for those wanting a technological solution there’s the bicycle parking tower from Japan and the Biceberg from Spain.

At an all together simpler level the Cambridge Cycling Campaign offers ‘How to provide Cycle Parking – a step-by-step guide for planners and providers’, focusing mainly on Sheffield-type stands.

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