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  • Protests in Ecuador
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    Protests in Ecuador
    10/11/2019
    Press South/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Police launch tear gas to disperse protesters during they protest against the economic measures imposed by the president of Ecuador, Lenin Moreno, the fuel increase and the agreement signed with the IMF in Quito, Ecuador, October 11, 2019. ( Photo by Franklin Jácome / Press South Agency) /27742842/FJ/1910120414

  • Protests in Ecuador
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    Protests in Ecuador
    10/11/2019
    Press South/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Demonstrators advance to the taking of the National Assembly during they protest against the economic measures imposed by the president of Ecuador, Lenin Moreno, the fuel increase and the agreement signed with the IMF in Quito, Ecuador, October 11, 2019. ( Photo by Franklin Jácome / Press South Agency) /27742663/FJ/1910120414

  • Protests in Ecuador
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    Protests in Ecuador
    10/11/2019
    Press South/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Police launch tear gas to disperse protesters during they protest against the economic measures imposed by the president of Ecuador, Lenin Moreno, the fuel increase and the agreement signed with the IMF in Quito, Ecuador, October 11, 2019. ( Photo by Ricardo Landeta / Press South Agency) /27742836/FJ/1910120414

  • Protests in Ecuador
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    Protests in Ecuador
    10/11/2019
    Press South/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Indigenous people protest outside the National Assembly during they protest against the economic measures imposed by the president of Ecuador, Lenin Moreno, the fuel increase and the agreement signed with the IMF in Quito, Ecuador, October 11, 2019. ( Photo by Franklin Jácome / Press South Agency) /27742839/FJ/1910120414

  • Protests in Ecuador
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    Protests in Ecuador
    10/11/2019
    Press South/Sipa USA/SIPA
    A person feels he takes refuge from the gas thrown by the police during they protest against the economic measures imposed by the president of Ecuador, Lenin Moreno, the fuel increase and the agreement signed with the IMF in Quito, Ecuador, October 11, 2019. ( Photo by Franklin Jácome / Press South Agency) /27742840/FJ/1910120414

  • Protests in Ecuador
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    Protests in Ecuador
    10/11/2019
    Press South/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Demonstrators take part in a protest during they protest against the economic measures imposed by the president of Ecuador, Lenin Moreno, the fuel increase and the agreement signed with the IMF in Quito, Ecuador, October 11, 2019. ( Photo by Franklin Jácome / Press South Agency) /27742627/FJ/1910120413

  • Protests in Ecuador
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    Protests in Ecuador
    10/11/2019
    Press South/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Police launch tear gas to disperse protesters during they protest against the economic measures imposed by the president of Ecuador, Lenin Moreno, the fuel increase and the agreement signed with the IMF in Quito, Ecuador, October 11, 2019. ( Photo by Ricardo Landeta / Press South Agency) /27742837/FJ/1910120414

  • Netherlands: Extinction Rebellion climate Protest
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    Netherlands: Extinction Rebellion climate Protest
    10/07/2019
    Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Dutch anti riot police arrested the Extinction Rebellion climate activists lie on the ground to perform a die-in action during ‘Rebel Without Borders’ demonstration at the Museumbrug on October 7, 2019 in Amsterdam,Netherlands. Extinction Rebellion climate activists plan to block the roads in the 592 cities around the world during a week of protests for new climate-protection policies. (Photo by Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA)/27698366/PA/1910071626

  • Netherlands: Extinction Rebellion climate Protest
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    Netherlands: Extinction Rebellion climate Protest
    10/07/2019
    Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA/SIPA
    A giant post of the American actor are seen with Extinction Rebellion climate activists during ‘Rebel Without Borders’ demonstration at the Museumbrug on October 7, 2019 in Amsterdam,Netherlands. Extinction Rebellion climate activists plan to block the roads in the 592 cities around the world during a week of protests for new climate-protection policies. (Photo by Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA)/27698374/PA/1910071626

  • Netherlands: Extinction Rebellion climate Protest
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    Netherlands: Extinction Rebellion climate Protest
    10/07/2019
    Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Extinction Rebellion climate activists during ‘Rebel Without Borders’ demonstration at the Museumbrug on October 7, 2019 in Amsterdam,Netherlands. Extinction Rebellion climate activists plan to block the roads in the 592 cities around the world during a week of protests for new climate-protection policies. (Photo by Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA)/27698373/PA/1910071626

  • Netherlands: Extinction Rebellion climate Protest
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    Netherlands: Extinction Rebellion climate Protest
    10/07/2019
    Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Dutch anti riot police arrested an Extinction Rebellion climate activist lie on the ground to perform a die-in action during ‘Rebel Without Borders’ demonstration at the Museumbrug on October 7, 2019 in Amsterdam,Netherlands. Extinction Rebellion climate activists plan to block the roads in the 592 cities around the world during a week of protests for new climate-protection policies. (Photo by Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA)/27698372/PA/1910071626

  • Netherlands: Extinction Rebellion climate Protest
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    Netherlands: Extinction Rebellion climate Protest
    10/07/2019
    Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Dutch anti riot police arrested the Extinction Rebellion climate activists lie on the ground to perform a die-in action during ‘Rebel Without Borders’ demonstration at the Museumbrug on October 7, 2019 in Amsterdam,Netherlands. Extinction Rebellion climate activists plan to block the roads in the 592 cities around the world during a week of protests for new climate-protection policies. (Photo by Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA)/27698376/PA/1910071627

  • Netherlands: Extinction Rebellion climate Protest
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    Netherlands: Extinction Rebellion climate Protest
    10/07/2019
    Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Dutch anti riot police arrested the Extinction Rebellion climate activists lie on the ground to perform a die-in action during ‘Rebel Without Borders’ demonstration at the Museumbrug on October 7, 2019 in Amsterdam,Netherlands. Extinction Rebellion climate activists plan to block the roads in the 592 cities around the world during a week of protests for new climate-protection policies. (Photo by Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA)/27698371/PA/1910071626

  • Netherlands: Extinction Rebellion climate Protest
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    Netherlands: Extinction Rebellion climate Protest
    10/07/2019
    Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Extinction Rebellion climate activists lie on the ground to perform a die-in action during ‘Rebel Without Borders’ demonstration at the Museumbrug on October 7, 2019 in Amsterdam,Netherlands. Extinction Rebellion climate activists plan to block the roads in the 592 cities around the world during a week of protests for new climate-protection policies. (Photo by Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA)/27698379/PA/1910071627

  • Netherlands: Extinction Rebellion climate Protest
    SIPAUSA30184800_000007
    Netherlands: Extinction Rebellion climate Protest
    10/07/2019
    Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Extinction Rebellion climate activists lie on the ground to perform a die-in action during ‘Rebel Without Borders’ demonstration at the Museumbrug on October 7, 2019 in Amsterdam,Netherlands. Extinction Rebellion climate activists plan to block the roads in the 592 cities around the world during a week of protests for new climate-protection policies. (Photo by Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA)/27698375/PA/1910071627

  • Netherlands: Extinction Rebellion climate Protest
    SIPAUSA30184800_000009
    Netherlands: Extinction Rebellion climate Protest
    10/07/2019
    Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Dutch anti riot police arrested an Extinction Rebellion climate activists lie on the ground to perform a die-in action during ‘Rebel Without Borders’ demonstration at the Museumbrug on October 7, 2019 in Amsterdam,Netherlands. Extinction Rebellion climate activists plan to block the roads in the 592 cities around the world during a week of protests for new climate-protection policies. (Photo by Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA)/27698377/PA/1910071627

  • Netherlands: Extinction Rebellion climate Protest
    SIPAUSA30184800_000002
    Netherlands: Extinction Rebellion climate Protest
    10/07/2019
    Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Extinction Rebellion climate activists lie on the ground to perform a die-in action during ‘Rebel Without Borders’ demonstration at the Museumbrug on October 7, 2019 in Amsterdam,Netherlands. Extinction Rebellion climate activists plan to block the roads in the 592 cities around the world during a week of protests for new climate-protection policies. (Photo by Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA)/27698368/PA/1910071626

  • Amazon Fresh deliveries in New York
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    Amazon Fresh deliveries in New York
    10/05/2019
    Richard B. Levine/Newscom/SIPA
    A bicycle delivery person laden with Amazon Fresh groceries on Houston Street in New York on Saturday, October 5, 2019. ( Richard B. Levine) Photo via Newscom/lrphotos125693.JPG/Richard B. Levine/Newscom/SIPA/1910071905

  • NY: Amazon Fresh deliveries in New York
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    NY: Amazon Fresh deliveries in New York
    10/05/2019
    Levine-Roberts/Sipa USA/SIPA
    A bicycle delivery person laden with Amazon Fresh groceries on Houston Street in New York on Saturday, October 5, 2019. (ÂPhoto by Richard B. Levine)/27701066/rbl, fmr/1910071859

  • Netherlands: Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris
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    Netherlands: Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris
    10/02/2019
    Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris on October 2, 2019 in Amsterdam,Netherlands. The 36 young activists from all across Europe sail to Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, then take the bus for the UN Climate Conference in Santiago,Chile. The young activists want to show an alternative to flying and will spend the seven weeks on the ocean to explore concrete steps towards a fair and sustainable future of travel. (Photo by Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA)/27647121/PA/1910021611

  • Netherlands: Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris
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    Netherlands: Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris
    10/02/2019
    Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris on October 2, 2019 in Amsterdam,Netherlands. The 36 young activists from all across Europe sail to Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, then take the bus for the UN Climate Conference in Santiago,Chile. The young activists want to show an alternative to flying and will spend the seven weeks on the ocean to explore concrete steps towards a fair and sustainable future of travel. (Photo by Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA)/27647131/PA/1910021612

  • Netherlands: Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris
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    Netherlands: Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris
    10/02/2019
    Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris on October 2, 2019 in Amsterdam,Netherlands. The 36 young activists from all across Europe sail to Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, then take the bus for the UN Climate Conference in Santiago,Chile. The young activists want to show an alternative to flying and will spend the seven weeks on the ocean to explore concrete steps towards a fair and sustainable future of travel. (Photo by Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA)/27647124/PA/1910021611

  • Netherlands: Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris
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    Netherlands: Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris
    10/02/2019
    Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris on October 2, 2019 in Amsterdam,Netherlands. The 36 young activists from all across Europe sail to Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, then take the bus for the UN Climate Conference in Santiago,Chile. The young activists want to show an alternative to flying and will spend the seven weeks on the ocean to explore concrete steps towards a fair and sustainable future of travel. (Photo by Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA)/27647116/PA/1910021611

  • Netherlands: Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris
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    Netherlands: Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris
    10/02/2019
    Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris on October 2, 2019 in Amsterdam,Netherlands. The 36 young activists from all across Europe sail to Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, then take the bus for the UN Climate Conference in Santiago,Chile. The young activists want to show an alternative to flying and will spend the seven weeks on the ocean to explore concrete steps towards a fair and sustainable future of travel. (Photo by Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA)/27647114/PA/1910021611

  • Netherlands: Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris
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    Netherlands: Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris
    10/02/2019
    Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris on October 2, 2019 in Amsterdam,Netherlands. The 36 young activists from all across Europe sail to Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, then take the bus for the UN Climate Conference in Santiago,Chile. The young activists want to show an alternative to flying and will spend the seven weeks on the ocean to explore concrete steps towards a fair and sustainable future of travel. (Photo by Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA)/27647132/PA/1910021612

  • Netherlands: Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris
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    Netherlands: Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris
    10/02/2019
    Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris on October 2, 2019 in Amsterdam,Netherlands. The 36 young activists from all across Europe sail to Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, then take the bus for the UN Climate Conference in Santiago,Chile. The young activists want to show an alternative to flying and will spend the seven weeks on the ocean to explore concrete steps towards a fair and sustainable future of travel. (Photo by Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA)/27647127/PA/1910021612

  • Netherlands: Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris
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    Netherlands: Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris
    10/02/2019
    Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris on October 2, 2019 in Amsterdam,Netherlands. The 36 young activists from all across Europe sail to Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, then take the bus for the UN Climate Conference in Santiago,Chile. The young activists want to show an alternative to flying and will spend the seven weeks on the ocean to explore concrete steps towards a fair and sustainable future of travel. (Photo by Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA)/27647143/PA/1910021612

  • Netherlands: Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris
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    Netherlands: Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris
    10/02/2019
    Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris on October 2, 2019 in Amsterdam,Netherlands. The 36 young activists from all across Europe sail to Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, then take the bus for the UN Climate Conference in Santiago,Chile. The young activists want to show an alternative to flying and will spend the seven weeks on the ocean to explore concrete steps towards a fair and sustainable future of travel. (Photo by Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA)

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  • Netherlands: Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris
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    Netherlands: Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris
    10/02/2019
    Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Young Activists board on the sailboat Regina Maris on October 2, 2019 in Amsterdam,Netherlands. The 36 young activists from all across Europe sail to Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, then take the bus for the UN Climate Conference in Santiago,Chile. The young activists want to show an alternative to flying and will spend the seven weeks on the ocean to explore concrete steps towards a fair and sustainable future of travel. (Photo by Paulo Amorim/Sipa USA)/27647111/PA/1910021611

  • NY: Subway track work in New York
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    NY: Subway track work in New York
    09/29/2019
    Levine-Roberts/Sipa USA/SIPA
    The entrance to the downtown West 23rd street station on the IND is closed on Sunday, September 29, 2019 due to track work. (ÂPhoto by Richard B. Levine)/27639085/rbl, fmr/1910012344

  • Subway track work in New York
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    Subway track work in New York
    09/29/2019
    Richard B. Levine/Newscom/SIPA
    The entrance to the downtown West 23rd street station on the IND is closed on Sunday, September 29, 2019 due to track work. (Â Richard B. Levine) Photo via Newscom/lrphotos125588.JPG/Richard B. Levine/Newscom/SIPA/1910012345

  • Illustration SNCF
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    Illustration SNCF
    09/29/2019
    SOLAL/SIPA
    Illustration SNCF Gare de L’est a Paris France. 2019/09/29. SIPA IMAGES//SOLAL_SNCF2649/1909300907/Credit:SOLAL/SIPA/1909300914

  • Illustration SNCF
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    Illustration SNCF
    09/29/2019
    SOLAL/SIPA
    Illustration SNCF Gare de L’est a Paris France. 2019/09/29. SIPA IMAGES//SOLAL_SNCF2650/1909300908/Credit:SOLAL/SIPA/1909300914

  • Illustration SNCF
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    Illustration SNCF
    09/29/2019
    SOLAL/SIPA
    Illustration SNCF Gare de L’est a Paris France. 2019/09/29. SIPA IMAGES//SOLAL_SNCF2645/1909300907/Credit:SOLAL/SIPA/1909300914

  • Illustration SNCF
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    Illustration SNCF
    09/29/2019
    SOLAL/SIPA
    Illustration SNCF Gare de L’est a Paris France. 2019/09/29. SIPA IMAGES//SOLAL_SNCF2644/1909300907/Credit:SOLAL/SIPA/1909300914

  • Illustration SNCF
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    Illustration SNCF
    09/29/2019
    SOLAL/SIPA
    Illustration SNCF Gare de LÕest a Paris France. 2019/09/29. SIPA IMAGES//SOLAL_SNCF2640/1909300907/Credit:SOLAL/SIPA/1909300907

  • Illustration SNCF
    00925874_000003
    Illustration SNCF
    09/29/2019
    SOLAL/SIPA
    Illustration SNCF Gare de L’est a Paris France. 2019/09/29. SIPA IMAGES//SOLAL_SNCF2643/1909300907/Credit:SOLAL/SIPA/1909300914

  • Illustration SNCF
    00925874_000006
    Illustration SNCF
    09/29/2019
    SOLAL/SIPA
    Illustration SNCF Gare de L’est a Paris France. 2019/09/29. SIPA IMAGES//SOLAL_SNCF2646/1909300907/Credit:SOLAL/SIPA/1909300914

  • Illustration SNCF
    00925874_000007
    Illustration SNCF
    09/29/2019
    SOLAL/SIPA
    Illustration SNCF Gare de L’est a Paris France. 2019/09/29. SIPA IMAGES//SOLAL_SNCF2647/1909300907/Credit:SOLAL/SIPA/1909300914

  • Illustration SNCF
    00925874_000002
    Illustration SNCF
    09/29/2019
    SOLAL/SIPA
    Illustration SNCF Gare de L’est a Paris France. 2019/09/29. SIPA IMAGES//SOLAL_SNCF2641/1909300907/Credit:SOLAL/SIPA/1909300907

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
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    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015394/1910161036/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
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    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015390/1910161035/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
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    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015398/1910161036/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
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    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015401/1910161037/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
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    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015382/1910161033/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
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    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015402/1910161037/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
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    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015391/1910161035/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
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    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015393/1910161035/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
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    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015383/1910161033/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000070
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015395/1910161036/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000063
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015388/1910161035/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000060
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015385/1910161034/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000074
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015399/1910161037/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
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    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015400/1910161037/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
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    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015384/1910161034/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000072
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015397/1910161036/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000071
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015396/1910161036/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000061
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015386/1910161034/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000078
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015403/1910161037/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000064
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015389/1910161035/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000067
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015392/1910161035/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000062
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015387/1910161034/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161040

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000006
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015331/1910161020/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000008
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015333/1910161021/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000033
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015358/1910161027/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000040
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015365/1910161029/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000026
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015351/1910161025/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000012
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015337/1910161022/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000016
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015341/1910161023/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000022
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015347/1910161024/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000032
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015357/1910161027/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000052
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015377/1910161032/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000030
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015355/1910161026/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000045
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015370/1910161030/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000023
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015348/1910161025/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000021
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015346/1910161024/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000015
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015340/1910161023/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000049
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015374/1910161031/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000020
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015345/1910161024/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000035
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015360/1910161028/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000004
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015329/1910161020/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000042
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015367/1910161029/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000046
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015371/1910161030/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000043
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015368/1910161029/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000024
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015349/1910161025/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000044
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015369/1910161030/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000005
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015330/1910161020/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000009
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015334/1910161021/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000056
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015381/1910161033/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000019
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015344/1910161024/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000038
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015363/1910161028/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000027
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015352/1910161026/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000007
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015332/1910161021/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000018
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015343/1910161024/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000037
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015362/1910161028/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000047
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015372/1910161030/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000025
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015350/1910161025/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000014
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015339/1910161023/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000034
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015359/1910161027/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033

  • Swiss Cycling Traffic
    00928139_000029
    Swiss Cycling Traffic
    09/28/2019
    FGlories/SIPA
    Switzerland, Bern October 14, 2019.
    Two thirds of Swiss households already own at least one bicycle (often two). Many cities in Switzerland want to promote bicycle traffic. One example is the capital Bern, where around 4000 bicycles pass through neuralgic places every day: In 10 years' time, the proportion of bicycle traffic should be 25 percent of the overall traffic (included bus tramway car).//GLORIESFRANCOIS_SIPA015354/1910161026/Credit:FGlories/SIPA/1910161033