Their graphics greatly illustrates how bicycle lanes and cycle tracks offer a phenomenal value compared to other modes (and they’re just based on the cost of construction, not the other extra benefits to society).
Additionally, they developed a human-centered metric for measuring transit infrastructure cost per person (ICP) in order to make the data more understandable and meaningful to individuals:
The graphics are intended, in part, to assist municipalities in making principled decisions about their investments in transportation infrastructure.
Nice work. Se all graphics here.
P.S And oh, have I mentioned that I have a huge crush on Gehl Architects?