Currently the parking lot is in operation for about 6,000 bicycles. Its users leave them there to connect from this Dutch city to other parts of the country.
Although it is a great work, it must be taken into account that in the city about 100,000 cyclists move daily to their jobs, schools, etc. And they will continue to grow… The figures show that from 2005 to the present day. the increase in cyclists has been 11%.
Saskia Kluit, director of the Fietsersbond cycling union, estimates that 180,000 parking spaces will be needed across the country.
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The new Utrecht car park will be open 24 hours a day and every day of the year, it will work with a chip card and each space will have an annual cost of 55 euros.
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