photo Spacing magazine/Flickr Despite being a world-leader for modal share already, the Danes are pushing to double cycling again within five years
Denmark has set an ambitious target to double the country's cycling by 2014.
Danish government plans to spend up to three billion krone (£340
million) to create more cycle facilities over the next five years.
Making it easier for commuters to put bikes on public transport is seen as one important new measure.
Currently, in Denmark 20% of journeys are made by bicycle, compared with less than 2% in the UK.
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