The first part in this series introduced you to many aspects of Dutch cycling including infrastructure, purposes, and users. It was a great look into what separates cycling in the Netherlands from cycling in the US but to get a true understanding of Dutch Cycling you need to know about volume. Cycling is a dominant form of transportation is areas throughout the Netherlands. In central Groningen, a city of about 200,000 people, cycling accounts for a magnificent 60% of all trips! Let’s take a quick peek at a typical rush hour in another town, Utrecht, with about 300,000 people.
Dutch Cycling Series #2: “Bicycle Rush Hour Utrecht (Netherlands) III”