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About time, Oslo

Published: Tuesday 2010-08-17.

Dagsavisen today writes that Oslo is going to go in for creating bicycle paths, something they so far have been very bad at. I noticed it when I moved her, ten years ago, and the situation hasn’t changed much since. It is a bit scary that, as the article says, they decided in 1990 to build a grid of bicycle paths that was to be done by 1999, but that they still in 2010 are far from achieving that. Let’s hope something will come out of it this time, then.

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