Worldwide Cycling Index Points to Increasing Bike Use
MONTREAL, Canada - Eco-Counter has announced the results of its 2019 Worldwide Cycling Index. It shows an overall progression in cycling activity as it analyzed data from over 518 million trips logged by 3,266 counters, across 39 countries in 2018. Eco-Counter Director Jean-Francois Rheault announced this last month at the NewCities’ Wellbeing Cities Forum in Montréal - a global event for decision makers to discuss and collaborate on city-led action to improve urban wellbeing.
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