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In Denmark almost every person has a bike and uses it daily, can you believe it? According to Morten Kabell, Copenhagen’s former mayor of technical and environmental affairs, he was “striving for 50 percent of all commutes to be made by bike by 2025—not such a lofty goal, given that the current figure is 41 percent.” He also added that “the important thing for me is to have a green transport system [that’s] fossil-free and alleviates congestion and air pollution.”

The mayor, Ninna Hedeager Olsen, said that Denmark “cannot be complacent and must keep working towards their goal of getting the cars out of the inner city, making room for bikes and peaceful areas with nature.”

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