Cycling@Shanghai is an urban research book by Chinese architect Zhuo’er Wang. Starting from a brief bicycle history, the book systematically introduces the cycle infrastructure planning by comparative studies on the seven bike-friendly cities around the world, including Copenhagen, Paris, Vienna, Berlin, etc. After analyzing the current cycling conditions in Shanghai, the author proposes a specific urban planning strategy and presents the enormous potential that cycling can bring to the public space.

Language: Chinese/English.
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Pub Date: 2019-06-01
Publisher: Tongji University Press
Description: Paperback.

Overview: Development of the Bicycle
Current Situation: Shanghai Puxi Downtown Cycling Condition
Case Study: International Bicycle Friendly Cities
System Planning: Cycling@Shanghai
Design Vision: Cycling@Shanghai

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    王卓尔 Zhuoer Wang
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Cite: "Cycling@Shanghai" 20 Feb 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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