By Pablo Guillen (Associate Professor, School of Economics, University of Sydney), Miguel Loyola (PhD Candidate, Business School, University of Sydney) and Ursa Komac (Senior Lecturer, Architectural Design and Technology, Western Sydney University)
Walking and cycling are in the spotlight given the need to keep fit, get about and keep a social distance from others during the pandemic.
We have pop-up cycleways, enlarged footpaths and even whole streets closed to traffic.
But even if the new cycleways stay in place after the COVID-19 crisis, we’ll still be far from being as bicycle-friendly as Copenhagen or Amsterdam, over in Europe.
CBDs and city ...