City Ratings Goes Global
660 U.S. Cities
107 international cities
12 countries worldwide
Research shows that the best cities for bicycling have safe, comfortable and well-connected bike networks. Investment from local governments in better bike infrastructure is the key to getting more people on bikes, improving the safety of all road users and connecting everyone to where they need to go.
|Provincetown||Massachusetts, United States||2,973||81||87||55|
|Amsterdam||North Holland, Netherlands||1,038,610||81||86||61|
|Copenhagen||Capital Region, Denmark||638,117||80||83||66|
|Rotterdam||South Holland, Netherlands||623,652||80||86||58|
Copenhagen, Capital Region
Bicycling Made Convenient
Today’s bike-friendly Copenhagen is the product of more than 50 years of dedicated investment and hard work. Simply put, Copenhagen made bicycling the fastest, easiest and most convenient way of moving around the city. Today, there are more than 675,000 bicycles in Copenhagen, a number that outpaces car ownership six to one, with more than half of the city’s residents commuting by bike daily. Explore this City Rating and learn more at Advocacy Academy
Overall City RankingOut of 767 cities (99th percentile)
Large City RankingOut of 104 cities (97th percentile)
San Luis Obispo, California
Bold Action + Bold Funding
Big Returns on Small Investment
A Nation’s First Bike Share
Small Town, Big Commitment
Safe Biking Year Round
Local Leadership Supporting Bikes
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