When most cities explore methods of making their streets friendlier for cyclists and pedestrians, government agencies usually propose installing protected bike lanes or maybe closing down a street to vehicle traffic. Almost no municipality is ever ambitious enough to create infrastructure specifically intended to be car-free. However, Bergen, Norway is preparing to open a vibrant 1.8-mile tunnel for only bicycle riders and pedestrians.

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Why Can't We Have Nice Things Like This? Norway To Open World's Longest Car Free Bicycle Tunnel

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