Cycling is so popular in Copenhagen that information panels will be installed to reduce bike traffic jams

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As a bastion of cycling, Copenhagen is renowned for its cycle friendly streets but with so many cyclists taking to the streets, authorities are implementing new electronic information boards to help alleviate any cycle jams.

The new boards will provide up to date data and offer less busy routes for cyclists to take as they ride along the capital's 390km network of cycle routes.

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