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Want a Bike-Friendly City? Get Ready to Fail Until It Works - How to do the unthinkable: fast-track an infrastructure project in your city. The post Want a Bike-Friendly City? Get Ready to Fail Until It Works appeared first on WIRED.

Striking nature and landscape captures by talented Italian photographer Lorenzo Montezemolo. More photography inspiration via Colossal

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Protected bike lane in Marechal Floriano, Brazil. Click image to tweet and visit the Slow Ottawa boards >> https://www.pinterest.com/slowottawa/

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Bringing creativity & innovation to city planning. New Bicycle lane in Curitiba,Brazil.

National Aquarium, Baltimore - Pier 3 Pavilion by Cambridge Seven Associates (1981) - Glass Pavilion Expansion by Chermayeff, Sollogub & Poole (2005) - Landscaped Forecourt by Rhodeside & Harwell (2015)

National Aquarium in Baltimore

National Aquarium, Baltimore - Pier 3 Pavilion by Cambridge Seven Associates - Glass Pavilion Expansion by Chermayeff, Sollogub & Poole - Landscaped Forecourt by Rhodeside & Harwell

Jessica Stockholder's public art installation "Color Jam" at the intersection of Adams and State streets.

Installation shots of Jessica Stockholder’s Color Jam, which paints the streets and buildings on State and Adams in Chicago with swaths of rich colored vinyl. I’ve walked through this space numerous.

A Wonderfully Clear Explanation of How Road Diets Work Planner Jeff Speck leads a video tour of four different street redesigns.

Staircase fitted with a generous bike rail at Copenhagen Central Train Station. Click image to enlarge & visit the slowottawa.ca boards >> http://www.pinterest.com/slowottawa/

Staircase fitted with a generous bike rail at Copenhagen Central Train Station. Click image to enlarge & visit the Slow Ottawa 'Streets for Everyone' board for more smart solutions.

The latest weapon in Chicago's battle to make streets more pedestrian-friendly comes with bright blue and green polka dots. They're painted on the sidewalks and streets of the busy six-corner intersection of Southport, Lincoln and Wellington avenues.

Chicago's effort to calm traffic through 'tactical urbanism' at a busy North Side intersection gets mixed marks from Tribune critic Blair Kamin

Any business person will tell you that people are their priority. People should also be the priority of cities to make them feel safe, providing hassle free transportation, and promoting a healthy lifestyle

Any business person will tell you that people are their priority. People should also be the priority of cities to make them feel safe, providing hassle free transportation, and promoting a healthy lifestyle

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