This is very true. I strongly support the Copenhagen's example and encourage more government to actually copy this. They have implemented and passed more bike friendly laws in the urban areas. We all understand how this form of transport can be disturbing at some point. Therefore if we followed certain laws we would have a clear transport system.
Yes, more governments should follow Copenhagen's example and pass more bike-friendly laws. Approximately 50% of travel is done by bicycle in Copenhagen, providing environmental, economic, and health benefits. Wider bicycle lanes and curbs separating them from vehicular traffic makes cycling safer and more appealing for residents and visitors alike. In congested areas, it is a faster way to travel than using a car or public transportation.
Better bike laws have many benefits for a city. They help reduce traffic which not only helps reduce congestion, but also helps to reduce pollution. Better bike laws also reduce accidents and deaths. Better bike laws means more bikers and will result in a healthier, more active population than before.
Yes, more governments should follow Copenhagen's example and pass more bike-friendly laws. At a time when we are dealing with global environmental crises, any effort toward cleaning the environment is vital. Bicycles run on human energy, one of the cleanest energies around, while limiting carbon emissions from vehicles as well as industrial pollution from building the cars.