goodmorning technology: CarGo copenhagen city council
goodmorning technology:  CarGo   copenhagen city council
nov 25, 2009

goodmorning technology: CarGo copenhagen city council

CarGo by goodmorning technology

the number of cargo bikes in copenhagen has increased dramatically over the past years. today 6% of all copenhagen households own at least one cargo bike – this adds up to more than 15 000 cargo bikes in the danish capital.

goodmorning technology:  CarGo   copenhagen city council CarGo by goodmorning technology‘the many copenhageners who invest in a cargo bike help make copenhagena more sustainable and liveable metropolis. we must, of course, take the cargo bikes into consideration when planning and we do that by offering them some proper parking spots’. copenhagen mayor, klaus bondam said.

goodmorning technology:  CarGo   copenhagen city council

the shell is made of fiberglass and is comprised of four separate cabins, each with room for one bike. this means that four bicycles can park in the space normally taken up by one car.

the ‘car’ has four solar powered ‘headlights’ that turn on after addition, a solar powered light turns on inside when one of the doors are opened. hooks and a net are mounted on the walls of each cabin, for hanging up wet weather clothing and gear.

goodmorning technology:  CarGo   copenhagen city council

goodmorning technology:  CarGo   copenhagen city council

  • waste of space in this crowded town – happy, overdesigned Danes.

    DK says:
  • looks really quite ugly!

    henryep says:
  • nice idea but…bright pink? is this in preparation for the Copenhagen [url=]climate change[/url] conference?

    gary says:
  • others forms and colors would be nice too :o)

    jdc says:
  • nice and cut idea~~ but only for four bicycles…a little bit waste of space…if one car for 8~10 bicycles, that will be perfect…

    lara belagua says:
  • I love it, very nice, excelent design.

    Gonzague says:

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