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Dutch cycling treats

By Padraig Shea
Globe Correspondent / September 28, 2008

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Charged with finding solutions for Dorchester's cycling danger zones this summer, a class of Northeastern University civil engineering seniors sought answers in biker's mecca: the Netherlands. In cities like Delft, where they lived and studied, Amsterdam, and elsewhere, their professor, Peter Furth, made them do as the Dutch do: hop on their kopens (that's Dutch for bicycles) and pedal everywhere. (Full article: 378 words)

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