Dutch Government Invests Additional 100 Million in Cycling

THE HAGUE, the Netherlands – To promote cycling and to avoid congestion in and around cities, the Dutch Government will invest substantially in more cycling infrastructure. “Our aim is to get 200,000 people who are now commuting by car on their bike,” said Dutch State Secretary for Infrastructure and Water Management Stientje van Veldhoven yesterday.
In the next years some 200,000 commuters will have to switch from a car to their bike. – Photo Bike Europe