COVID-19 has caused a cycling boom as people use bikes rather than conveyance.
Through introducing cycling initiatives and developing infrastructure, policymakers have responded.
Finland spent $7.76 per person, while Spain spent $0.17 per person.
Some countries in Europe have prioritized and invested extensively in cycling infrastructure for years, with the two most noteworthy examples being the Netherlands and Denmark. The Covid-19 pandemic has now forced other countries to imitate as people avoid overcrowded public transportation systems and embrace their bicycles. That has resulted in business for bike manufacturers with major shortages reported while governments have moved to roll out the infrastructure needed to support the sudden cycling boom.
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That is taking the shape of conventional cycling lanes, car-free areas, and traffic calming measures with 34 of the EU’s 94 biggest cities announcing that they need to take some sort of action. Indeed quite €1 billion has been spent on cycling infrastructure across Europe since the outbreak of Covid-19 with quite 1000 kilometers implemented thus far. So which governments are spending the foremost money to support their cyclists?
Ecu Cyclists’ Federation data offers a motivating summary of the countries spending the most on cycling during the pandemic. Finland has spent €7.76 per person on cycling, the foremost of any European country, followed by Italy (€5.04 per person) and France (€4.91 per person).
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