Cycleways 1885-1938

Britain’s mid- to late-1930s cycle tracks were modelled on Dutch cycle-specific infrastructure built in the late 1920s and early 1930s, but across the world, there had been earlier phases of provision for cyclists. The first purpose-built cycleway was constructed in 1892 on Copenhagen’s Esplanaden, a waterfront, tree-lined promenade. An earlier Dutch cycleway — used from … Continue reading Cycleways 1885-1938