This article shows an alternate form of urbanism and city planning when the automobile isn't seen as the only form of vehicular transport with spatial needs. You view a city differently, and experience a city distinctly when peddling through neighborhoods than you do when racing by on an expressway. "It was recently announced that two-thirds of New Yorkers support bike lanes in their city. Cycling is now, undeniably, an integral part of life in the Big Apple."
Via Seth Dixon