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Lego-Like Bike Lanes That Snap Into Place Could Create Instant Biking Cities

Agus Echague

Yeah, I'm on a roll with the whole biking thing, but this is SOOOO COOL!!!!
Ask any biking advocate what it takes to get a new bike lane in place, and you’ll hear stories about painful bureaucracy and skeptical neighbours. But what if a city could try out a pop-up lane that snaps together like a set of Lego--without any permanent commitment?
The Copenhagenize Flow is just a a set of plastic and wood tiles designed to let a city easily and cheaply create separated bike lanes.

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  • Hillary Newman

    Love this idea! It could be a cool tool to allow towns and cities to experiment with bikes lanes before putting them in permanently.

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Amazing. So when would they disassemble them? Would they only be used for biking events? Would love to know how I could buy a whole bunch and put them in every yucky non walkable/bikeable area of my city. Seems like this is a great urban design solution. I wonder if they've had any hiccups with usage.