Gensler proposes electricity-generating bike paths for London Underground’s disused tunnels

February 6, 2015 by  
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Architecture firm Gensler has received the London Planning Award for Best Conceptual Project for the “London Underline,” a proposal to turn the city’s disused Underground rail tunnels into a network of bike and pedestrian paths. Not only would the project address the problems of over-crowded commuter paths and disused infrastructure, but the Underline would harness the kinetic energy of everyone’s footsteps so as to be completely carbon neutral. Read the rest of Gensler proposes electricity-generating bike paths for London Underground’s disused tunnels Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: bike path , cycle path , Gensler , kinestic energy , London , pedestrian , public transit , tube , under line , underground , underground park , underline

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Gensler proposes electricity-generating bike paths for London Underground’s disused tunnels

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