Norman Foster’s amazing SkyCycle concept would be free of cars, buses, and pedestrians, and stretch 137 miles in and around London, accommodating as many as 12,000 riders per hour on a cycling superhighway 50 feet wide.
“SkyCycle is a lateral approach to finding space in a congested city,” says Foster. “By using the corridors above the suburban railways, we could create a world-class network of safe, car-free cycle routes that are ideally located for commuters.”
You can read more about the SkyCycle in Wired here.
This is one of the best bike stolen then found stories I’ve seen so far. Found in the Huffington Post Canada.