Thursday, May 20, 2010

Rush hour in Utrecht, Netherlands

This video has been making the rounds lately. We've received several references to it so here it is. This is what rush hour in a part of Utrecht, Netherlands looks like: thousands of bicyclists, many pedestrians, lots of trams and other transit, and a few cars. Very few cyclists run the red light. It's very much organized chaos (especially at this speed, the video is 4 times faster than reality, 8 minutes condensed to 2) but it works.



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