This is how Buenos Aires plans to achieve 1 million bike rides a day

A boy wearing a face mask rides a bike in a park after restrictions were partially lifted for children in the city of Buenos Aires during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, Argentina May 16, 2020.

Buenos Aires is hoping to encourage a million daily bike trips by 2023. Image: REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian

Douglas Broom
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New cycle routes in Buenos Aires will include central thoroughfares like the Plaza de la República. Image: Pixabay/Matcuz
Buenos Aires aims to become a nicer city to ride a bicycle than it is currently ranked. Image: Statista
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