Story of cities #30: how this Amsterdam inventor gave bike-sharing to the world

In the 1960s, a Dutch engineer devised the ‘white bike’ plan to counter the rise of pollution and cars. His invention has since revolutionised public transport all over the world – so why has cycle-loving Amsterdam never embraced it?

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.theguardian.com

Somehow I missed #6-#29 …

See on Scoop.itlevin’s linkblog: Geography Channel

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