We rate some of our favourite infrastructure examples that are boosting cycling (and micromobility) stealthily, commando-style.
From furniture and herb gardens to recharging facilities for micromobility devices, parklets are reclaiming dead city spaces for people.
UK operations are small but perfectly formed. It’s early days but we estimate British riders are already making 10,000 e-scooter trips every day.
The student who diligently washed out her recycling pots is now transforming how British cities move as the UK boss of one of the world’s largest micromobility companies.
A stable e-scooter is just what Birmingham needs for its trials, but the back-room tech needs improvement.
Low-traffic neighbourhoods support low-impact travel while boosting local businesses and air quality – and they’re nothing new.