I like this a lot. When I lived in Glasgow, I mostly got around by bike, but the cycle infrastructure was very limited. Drivers were inconsiderate and pedestrians didn't want to share the pavement with you saying it was dangerous. I always felt like an unwanted second class road user. I went to Copenhagen on holiday and it was like paradise for cyclists. It gave me a very good perception of the city and the country. So glad Iranian cities are doing this.
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