There's no separated cycling infrastructure in Japan. And yet everyone cycles. Mums with bubs, kids, high schools students, grandparents with shopping, dads with kids, business attired. Everyone cycles. So how can a country without designated, separated, safe cycle lanes and with the best technologies in the world achieve this? How is it that pedestrians, car drivers, cyclists can commute in harmony.
Answer: Culture and Education
The right of way logic is ingrained into the Japanese people.
Give right of way to the most vulnerable.
All major destinations of interest have dedicated bike parking infrastructure. The little convenience store, the major shopping centres, schools, railway stations
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