Fewer people might be buying cars in the U.S., but around the world, cars are selling in record numbers. In five years, there may be 2 billion on the road. At the same time, there are also more bike lanes than ever before.
As cities evolve, will more end up like Copenhagen—where 40% of people bike to work every day—or gridlocked Toronto, where Mayor Rob Ford tore up bike lanes in 2012? A new documentary called Bikes vs. Cars, premiering on March 15 at SXSW, takes on this question.