Daniel Kelly is an architecture student at the University of Strathclyde. During his third year of studies he undertook an Erasmus exchange in Munich, Germany. While there he never once used a taxi or private car due to the cycling infrastructure and culture within the city.
Developing cycling infrastructure in response to the pandemic not only helps with social distancing but also has health and wellbeing opportunities amongst a host of other benefits. Daniel uses his article, Era of Cycling, to explore how Glasgow could adapt not only its infrastructure but also its attitude to cycling to herald in a new era of active travel.
You can read Daniels piece, which reflects on his time in Munich and proposes ideas for Glasgow’s future, by clicking on the link below.