Bikes are everywhere in cycle-friendly Amsterdam, and the city even has more bicycles than it has people: 881,000 bikes compared to 821,752 residents. But as the number of bicycles continues to increase, partly because more people are cycling instead of taking public transport because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Amsterdam’s narrow streets and bridges are growing more crowded. Now the local government has decided to step in and dissuade cyclists from parking their two-wheelers by setting up large flower boxes and planters on bridges across the city.