Please can you tell me what the simple pictogram at 00:40 in the second video means. It looks like a cyclist in silhouette from behind. As far as I know, we do not have them in the U.K.
It's the symbol for The Green Wave. Stretches of streets with the traffic lights coordinated for cyclists. If you cycle 20 km/h you'll hit green lights all the way into the city centre. See hereAnd here for a film about it.
Might I point out that you won't find anybody trumpeting Los Angeles as "The City of Drivers".
Nice,what song is that in the 2n one....sounds a little like Fiest?
Hi Anonymous - yes it is Fiest "I Feel it all" from her album 'The Reminder' - a great record :o)
Thank you. Now I know why we don't have such a pictogram in the U.K.. I live in Exeter, on of the "Cycling demonstration towns" and the official cycling map (http://www.devon.gov.uk/excguide.pdf) highlights (yellow) "quieter roads suitable for cycling" and (green) "traffic free cycle route". Many of the latter, it may be noted, are well away from the city centre.
@ ibikelondon & anonymous: It's actually Feist :) maybe you where thinking of fiets -bicycle in Dutch!
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