Cities where cycling is popular and integrated with transport network offer:
It is possible to achieve significant savings in transportation systems, depending on the design of the urban centres, where bicycle-focused transportation is common. In the same space used by 7 cars, a bike rack can comfortably hold 80 bicycles with space for future expansion.
Cycling does not consume fossil fuels and therefore contributes neither to air pollution nor climate change. Use of bicycles rather than private cars on short-distance urban trips also reduces emissions.