A poster in the city of Meunster's Planning Office shows the amount of space taken up by cars, a bus, and bicycles used to transport the same number of people.
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Verkehr- te Welt im Bild!
This publication always makes me feel nostalgic. Just a couple of decades ago, city planning in the Netherlands wasn't as distorted by commercial project development as it is now.
In the hayday of Dutch planning, public spatial policy was used as a prescriptive frame for commercial project development. Nowadays commercial project developers prescribe what spatial policy has to be made in order to frame the public.
I would assume that a full campaign would at least warrant the purchase of a tripod so you could get the same shot each time. Still, thats a lot of organization for 3 inconsistent shots.
(Hard to say, this might be true for the bike picture also.)