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Marco te Brömmelstroet

Marco te Brömmelstroet is the chair of Urban Mobility Futures at the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research at the University of Amsterdam. His teaching centers on the relationship between land use developments and mobility behavior. As founding academic director of the Urban Cycling Institute he strengthens the links between academia and how cycling relates to the urban and social environment. Cycling offers him a lens to radically reimagine the way in which society thinks about mobility, transport systems, and the street.

The Netherlands Isn’t the Perfect ‘Cyclist’s Paradise’ You Think It Is

...and communities around the world could benefit from asking deeper questions about what their streets are really for, even if they're filled with people on two wheels.