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Sharing the photo on Twitter, Johnson wrote, “Walking and cycling play an important role in coping with health and environmental challenges.” He continued in the tweet, “Our two Euro billion bicycle strategy will encourage more cycling with thousands of miles of new bike lanes, and will help train for those who want to learn.”
In fact, after the devastation caused by the corona virus, now life in many countries is back on track. In Western countries the administration fears that people will be afraid to travel in public transport after the lockdown is over. In such a situation, instead of traveling in trains and buses in western countries, people are being encouraged to walk on bicycles.
In this series, social workers from Germany to Peru are constantly demanding to make separate bicycle lanes on the roads or to widen the existing ones. They say that even if it is only for short intervals, it should be done.
In this case, the European Cycle Union co-chairman Morton Kabel said some time ago that if cities have to run smoothly, then there has to be a conducive environment for cycling. He had said, “Many people will be afraid to walk in public transport but at some point they will have to go to work.” In such a situation, there are very few cities that will be able to afford more cars on the roads. ”
In Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, people are using a large number of bicycles for daily commute. At the same time, there is a wide network of cycle lanes in the Netherlands.
At the same time, on some roads in Berlin, yellow lines have been made for cars and bicycles by making a yellow line. Similar initiatives are also being done in Lima city of Peru, Barcelona in Spain and Milan in Italy.