It could only happen in Copenhagen (well, perhaps Amsterdam, too). In an article on Yahoo! News, Danish Cyclist Federation spokesman Frits Bredal was quoted as saying, “Copenhagen’s roads are overloaded with people who want to ride their bicycles in all kinds of weather.” According to the article, the Noerrebrogade thoroughfare is the busiest bicycle street in Europe, used by approximately 36,000 bicyclists a day. Noerrebrogade’s bike paths are filled to the brim with bicycles (ah, what a problem to have). To solve the issue, the paths will be widened by over 12 feet and the main roadway will be reserved for buses only. Incredible.