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South Korean 20-Mile Solar Subterranean ‘Bike Highway’ Generates Electricity

Bike Lane Traffic Easing Ridgewood

file photo of Ridgewood’s “suicide bike lane”

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

South Korea, South Korea has a bike highway running between two cities that stretches for 20 miles, shields cyclists from the sun, and generates power. Cyclists use subterranean tunnels to enter and exit the path and they are protected from traffic on each side by barriers. The solar panels on the bike highway produce more than enough electricity to power the lighting of the highway and the electric vehicle charging stations.

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