After the paradise of the speed stars called Autobahn, Germany is now replicating the same for the cyclists. They have currently undertaken a project of building up 100km long bicycle superhighway and have also opened the first section of the highway that stretches 5km. Although, the concept is not new in European countries, the superhighway partly built along railway tracks shall allow cyclists to travel 100km without any traffic signal. After completion, the highway will connect 10 western cities and 2 million people of the area will be benefited entailing fewer cars on the road.
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