Green City - Hamburg wird "Umwelthauptstadt"
|Lübecker Straße in July 2010: This green cycle track got a new design only a few years ago to go along with the German regulations combined with the obligation to use a cycle track. As long as a cycle track has to be used it should be two meters wide and should be maintained. The City of Hamburg lists this cycle track as one of the good examples of new cycle tracks built with special funds of the bicycle strategy for Hamburg from 2007/2008.
Hamburg is a green waterside metropolis. The Hamburgers love their parks and the many trees in the streets. As always in summer Hamburg becomes the green city. Then no other metropolis in Europe has so many green cycle tracks than Hamburg. Next year Europe will visit Hamburg and discover Hamburgs invention, the green cycle track.
|Lehmweg in July 2010: Cyclists take care of the old green cycle track. Cycle track without obligation to use.
08.07.2010 MoPo: Das grüne Blablabla des Hamburger Senats
|Lehmweg in July 2010: Cyclists go besides the new green cycle track, without obligation to use, designed in 2004 at a part of Lehmweg without cycle tracks before
|Ulzburger Straße in 2008: Rather new, and the greenest cycle track of Hamburg, with obligation to be used. Take care about it.
|Maria-Louisen-Straße in July 2010: Green cycle track has to be used.
|Maria-Louisen-Straße in June 2010: Cyclist besides the green cycle track with obligation to be used.
|Maria-Louisen-Straße in June 2010: Cyclist is gentle and keeps distance to the green cycle track with obligation to be used.
|Maria-Louisen-Straße in July 2010: Most of the cyclists take the sidewalk besides the green cycle track.
|Hammer Landstraße in July 2010: This green cycle track has the obligation to be used into both directions. It is layed out for a wideness of 1.20 meters. Cyclists in Hamburg are very talented to pass without running into each other.
|Hammer Landstraße in July 2010: The same green cycle track from the beginning, 1.50 meters wide.
|Eilenau in July 2010: Another green cycle track with the obligation to be used into both directions.
|Kieler Straße in July 2010: Lovely green on both sides of the cycle track makes the cyclists feel much better, if there are no nettles. Obligation to be used. I know this green cycle track in this condition about more than 15 years.
|Holstenstraße in July 2010: The traffic sign shows the obligation to use the green cycle track. Very reliable, every year upcoming in wonderful green.
|Nagelsweg in July 2010: Savannah on the cycle track without obligation to be used. Cyclists are invited to pick off some grass and make fantastic bouqets for their friends.
|Nagelsweg in July 2010: No obligation to use this lovely little curve of green cycle track.
|Steindamm in June 2010: Also very reliable, helps pedestrians to hide. When the run after the green light to cross the main road they run from the right to the left and play with the cyclists.
|Amsinckstraße in July 2010: Attention for cyclists. Every year try limbo on the cycle track near the headquarter of the German automobile association, of course with obligation to be used.
|Hammer Landstraße in July 2010: Old green cycle track with obligation to be used.
|Friedrichsberger Straße in July 2010: Green cycle lane with obligation to be used. Try it with a cargo-bike.
|Lehmweg in July 2010: No obligation any more to use this nice and meager green cycle track. Isn´t it astonishing how wide streets can be with such a bonsai-like cycle track?
|Sievekingdamm in July 2010: Between tree and curb the little green cycle track is located with the obligation to be used. The police station is located in that street and keeps watching out for the blue traffic signs with the white bicycles.
|Sievekingdamm in July 2010: Also here between tree and curb the green cycle track with the obligation to be used. Even parking lots can be arranged.