Cycling-friendly policies are shown to have a positive financial return on investment, according to a New Zealand case study. Cycling-friendly policies include constructing segregated cycling lanes and combining them with low speed side street. Researchers find that cost savings came from a number of sources including greater physical activity, fuel costs, and GHD emission reduction. The researchers found that for every New Zealand dollar invested in these practices, $24 were raised in return. Click below to read more.