Colombia, New Zealand, France… And if the grand prize winner, it was the bike ?GROSS
Since the beginning of the epidemic Covid-19, bike trails temporary has appeared in the world, so that the measures of social distancing require us to rethink the urban mobility. In Colombia, 80 km of cycling tracks, temporary have been created in Bogota in the month of march. The goal is to reduce congestion in the public transport, reduce traffic jams and facilitate the social distancing when traveling. The colombian capital is one example in the urban design tactics by offering fast temporary accommodation at a lower cost to adapt to the needs of the inhabitants.
A dynamic is adopted throughout the world
A method that is experiencing a resurgence of interest for adapting the cities to the measures of déconfinement. While the déconfinement fears of contagion in public transport, 150 km of cycle tracks in the interim are being created in the Île-de-France. If in Paris, cycling is steadily increasing in the past 10 years, this success may therefore increase further. In the image of Paris, dozens of other cities have announced similar schemes. Also, the French can benefit from 50 euros to repair their bike.
Side the United Kingdom, the sale of bikes has increased 200% among workers employed in the priority sectors. The government has announced a plan to 2 billion pounds to promote cycling and walking.