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11 October 2021, Lower Saxony, Hanover: A woman rides a bicycle along the cycle route into the city centre in the early morning. According to the Federal Statistical Office, every tenth person in employment rides a bicycle to work. In Hanover, a network of cycle routes is being created as part of the transport turnaround, linking the city districts with the city centre. To this end, individual lanes on multi-lane roads are being converted into cycle-only lanes. Photo: Julian Stratenschulte/dpa

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11 October 2021, Lower Saxony, Hanover: A woman rides a bicycle along the cycle route into the city centre in the early morning. According to the Federal Statistical Office, every tenth person in employment rides a bicycle to work. In Hanover, a network of cycle routes is being created as part of the transport turnaround, linking the city districts with the city centre. To this end, individual lanes on multi-lane roads are being converted into cycle-only lanes. Photo: Julian Stratenschulte/dpa

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11 October 2021, Lower Saxony, Hanover: A man rides a bicycle along a bicycle route in the early morning while a bicycle traffic light is green. According to the Federal Statistical Office, every tenth person in employment rides a bicycle to work. In Hanover, a network of cycle routes is being created as part of the transport turnaround, linking the city districts with the city centre. To this end, individual lanes on multi-lane roads are being converted into cycle-only lanes. Photo: Julian Stratenschulte/dpa

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11 October 2021, Lower Saxony, Hanover: A sign marks the bike route to the city center. According to the Federal Statistical Office, every tenth person in employment travels to work by bicycle. In Hanover, a network of cycle routes is being created as part of the traffic turnaround, linking the city districts with the city centre. To this end, individual lanes on multi-lane roads are being converted into cycle-only lanes. Photo: Julian Stratenschulte/dpa

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11 October 2021, Lower Saxony, Hanover: A man rides a bicycle along the cycle route into the city centre in the early morning. According to the Federal Statistical Office, every tenth person in employment rides a bicycle to work. In Hanover, a network of cycle routes is being created as part of the transport turnaround, linking the city districts with the city centre. To this end, individual lanes on multi-lane roads are being converted into cycle-only lanes. Photo: Julian Stratenschulte/dpa

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11 October 2021, Lower Saxony, Hanover: A bicycle traffic light shines red, yellow and green in the early morning on the cycle route into the city centre. According to the Federal Statistical Office, every tenth person in employment rides a bicycle to work. In Hanover, a network of cycle routes is being created as part of the transport turnaround, linking the city districts with the city centre. To this end, individual lanes on multi-lane roads are being converted into cycle-only lanes. Photo: Julian Stratenschulte/dpa

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11 October 2021, Lower Saxony, Hanover: A red light shines on the cycle route into the city centre in the early morning. According to the Federal Statistical Office, every tenth person in employment rides a bicycle to work. In Hanover, a network of cycle routes is being created as part of the transport turnaround, linking the city districts with the city centre. To this end, individual lanes on multi-lane roads are being converted into cycle-only lanes. Photo: Julian Stratenschulte/dpa

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11 October 2021, Lower Saxony, Hanover: A sign marks the bike route to the city center. According to the Federal Statistical Office, every tenth person in employment travels to work by bicycle. In Hanover, a network of cycle routes is being created as part of the traffic turnaround, linking the city districts with the city centre. To this end, individual lanes on multi-lane roads are being converted into cycle-only lanes. Photo: Julian Stratenschulte/dpa

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11 October 2021, Lower Saxony, Hanover: A man rides a bicycle along the cycle route in the early morning. According to the Federal Statistical Office, every tenth person in employment rides a bicycle to work. In Hanover, a network of cycle routes is being created as part of the transport turnaround, linking the city districts with the city centre. To this end, individual lanes on multi-lane roads are being converted into cycle-only lanes. Photo: Julian Stratenschulte/dpa

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11 October 2021, Lower Saxony, Laatzen: A cyclist rides on the cycle route. According to the Federal Statistical Office, every tenth person in employment rides a bicycle to work. In Hanover, a network of cycle routes is being created as part of the transport turnaround, linking the city districts with the city centre. To this end, individual lanes on multi-lane roads are also being converted into cycle-only lanes. Photo: Demy Becker/dpa

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11 October 2021, Lower Saxony, Laatzen: Two cyclists pass a green light on the cycle path. According to the Federal Statistical Office, every tenth person in employment rides a bicycle to work. In Hanover, a network of cycle routes is being created as part of the traffic turnaround, linking the city districts with the city centre. To this end, individual lanes on multi-lane roads are also being converted into cycle-only lanes. Photo: Demy Becker/dpa

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11 October 2021, Lower Saxony, Laatzen: The sign of a bicycle on a cycle path marks the way for cyclists. According to the Federal Statistical Office, every tenth person in employment travels to work by bicycle. In Hanover, a network of cycle routes is being created as part of the traffic turnaround, linking the city districts with the city centre. To this end, individual lanes on multi-lane roads are also being converted into cycle-only lanes. Photo: Demy Becker/dpa

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dpatop - 11 October 2021, Lower Saxony, Hanover: A woman rides a bicycle along the cycle route into the city centre in the early morning. According to the Federal Statistical Office, every tenth person in employment rides a bicycle to work. In Hanover, a network of cycle routes is being created as part of the transport turnaround, linking the city districts with the city centre. To this end, individual lanes on multi-lane roads are being converted into cycle-only lanes. Photo: Julian Stratenschulte/dpa

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11 October 2021, Lower Saxony, Laatzen: A cyclist waits on the cycle route while the traffic light shows red. According to the Federal Statistical Office, every tenth person in employment rides a bicycle to work. In Hanover, a network of cycle routes is being created as part of the traffic turnaround, linking the city districts with the city centre. To this end, individual lanes on multi-lane roads are also being converted into cycle-only lanes. Photo: Demy Becker/dpa

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PRODUCTION - 06 October 2021, Lower Saxony, Hanover: A police car stands next to a busy road where a cyclist stops next to a car on a cycle path. After a long dispute between the federal and state governments, the Bundesrat (upper house of parliament) will decide on October 8 on changes to the catalogue of fines. Parking violations and speeding could then become significantly more expensive. Cyclists and pedestrians are to be better protected by the new regulations. Photo: Ole Spata/dpa

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PRODUCTION - 06 October 2021, Lower Saxony, Hanover: A police car stands next to a busy road where a cyclist stops next to a car on a cycle path. After a long dispute between the federal and state governments, the Bundesrat (upper house of parliament) will decide on October 8 on changes to the catalogue of fines. Parking violations and speeding could then become significantly more expensive. Cyclists and pedestrians are to be better protected by the new regulations. Photo: Ole Spata/dpa