How cities are reshaping streets to prepare for life after lockdown


As the daily coronavirus death toll slowly falls in Italy and cities in the country make plans for reopening, Milan is beginning to transform 22 miles of local streets, adding temporary bike lanes and wider sidewalks, and lowering the speed limit.

In Berlin, some parking spots have also become pop-up bike lanes. Paris is fast-tracking long-distance bike lanes that connect suburbs to the city center.

And in Brussels, on May 4, the city center will become a priority zone for people on bikes and on foot.

Source: How cities are reshaping streets to prepare for life after lockdown

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