1.7km Wageningen to Arnhem link set to be kept snow-free by energy from local paper plant

The longest heated cycle path in western Europe, and possibly the world, is set to be built in a Dutch beauty spot to keep it free of ice and snow and cut the commuting time between two of the country’s cities all year round.

The new 1.7km “cycle highway”, linking Wageningen and Arnhem in the east of the Netherlands, will be kept warm by residual heat from a local paper plant.

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