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Cycling in Copenhagen

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Uploaded on Oct 18, 2009

As Dale rides a Danish family trike toward central Copenhagen, he follows a one-way bike lane along the side of the street, separated from car traffic by a curb and parked cars. At the intersection, the bike lane gives way to a shared bike and turn lane, marked with both turn arrows and pictures of bikes. Drivers are expected to merge with the bikes only when it is safe to do so. A cyclist planning to turn left will cross the intersection, staying to the right, then turn and line up with the traffic on the crossing street, waiting for the light to change to green in that direction. There are a few intersections where there is a marked bike lane for left turns; the cars wait further back in those spots.

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