The Dutch integrate public transit and bikes by making it easy for the citizens to transfer between the two modes relatively effortlessly. The point of this is to have people able to bike to the train stations and be able to catch a train easily then rent a bike from their final destination. All of the train stations we encountered had a bike parking lot in or near by the train station exit so it is very easy for people to transfer from bike to train. There was also a bike rental place near the parking lots as well. In the Delft train station, the bike parking had an entrance near the train platforms for easy access. The trams and bus stops were also immediately outside of all train stations so if someone does not have a bike in that city, they can easy get around the city. It is also nice that all of the public transportation uses the OV chip card to get around so they don’t have to buy a new ticket while switch modes of transportation, we saw this a lot while riding around in Amsterdam, it made it really easy to get everywhere around the city. Although some of the sites we went to on public transportation were the same as the bike tour with Cornelia, it worked because it should how easy it is to get to the same places by bike and tram, without much delay.