Lego-Inspired Lanes Help Cities Test Bike Infrastructure

Lego-Inspired Lanes Help Cities Test Bike Infrastructure

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Tara Bellucci
Nov 18, 2013
(Image credit: via Co.Exist)

Painted lanes and those "share the road" arrows are nice, but when it comes to being truly bike friendly, they just don't cut it. Copenhagenize Flow is a set of snap-together tiles that create an instant structural bike lane that allow cities to test out a better infrastructure for cyclists. Made from recycled wood and plastic, the tiles cost one tenth of a permanent structure, and after its test drive on one street, can be reused elsewhere.

In other news, Hearst and the Sustainable Furniture Council promote sustainable design, and LoveRoom is like Airbnb meets OKCupid. See the headlines after the jump.

Lego-Like Bike Lanes That Snap Into Place Could Create Instant Biking Cities | Co.Exist
SFC and Hearst team up to promote sustainable design | The Editor at Large
LoveRoom: The Social Network For Sleeping With Strangers | Fast Company

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