Pedestrian and Cyclist friction in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv, Israel is growing rapidly as a cycling city and now has a mode share of 12 percent, but as more cyclists take the street, friction between cyclists and pedestrians is increasing. Senior Consultant Angela van der Kloof gave a workshop on this topic when she travelled to Tel Aviv in March participating in a trip organised by the Dutch Cycling Embassy. Get a glimpse of Tel Aviv’s current situation and Angela’s workshop through the photo essay below. 


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