Sweden Could Get Bicycle Highway

Route would link Lund and Malmö

Jan 19, 2012
Outside Magazine

The city of Malmö, Sweden has put forth plans to build a 30-mile, four-lane bicycle "superhighway" to neighboring city of Lund. The path would include two lanes in each direction and would trace a right of way already established by a rail line that connects the cities. The path could feature repair stops and would take eight years to complete at a cost of only $7 million.

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