Sarah Laskow, Resurrecting the Forgotten Bike Highways of 1930s Britain in Atlas Obscura
In the 1930s, Britain’s Ministry of Transport built an extensive network of bike highways around the country—at least 280 miles of paved, protected infrastructure dedicated to cyclists alone. For decades, it was entirely forgotten—overgrown and overlooked—so much so that no one seems to remember that these lanes had existed at all. [continues here]
An interesting piece which shows how Britain had similar ideas to what I’m finding here in the Netherlands – segregated bike lanes not just in cities, but between them.