Germany Opens 62-Mile Bicycle Highway That’s Completely Car-Free

Germany has opened the initial three-mile stretch of a bike highway that will in the long run range more than 62 miles, associating 10 western urban areas including Duisburg, Bochum, and Hamm, and four colleges. Also, this highway is an altogether isolate roadway that will remain totally auto free.

Like a conventional thruway, this bike highway has passing paths, bridges and underpasses for intersection, and even streetlights. Be that as it may, cyclists won’t need to stress over trucks zooming by or transport paths. It’s only a free way for miles and miles. In a study finished by provincial improvement bunch RVR, it’s anticipated to take 50,000 vehicles off the street every day.

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