The unequal cycling boom in Germany

@article{Hudde2022TheUC,
  title={The unequal cycling boom in Germany},
  author={Ansgar Hudde},
  journal={Journal of Transport Geography},
  year={2022}
}
  • Ansgar Hudde
  • Published 1 January 2022
  • Economics
  • Journal of Transport Geography
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Educational Differences in Cycling: Evidence from German Cities
Cycling is an environmentally sustainable social practice that contributes to liveable cities and provides affordable and healthy transport. People with lower education could particularly benefit

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