I think the Dutch integrate transit and bikes by providing sufficient parking space and giving an option to bring it onboard. Trams and trains can go further in a short amount of time but to reach your exact destination, bikes are the most efficient way to use once you get off from transit. In order to help people riding bikes before or after transit, each train station has a plenty of parking space for bikes before transit and you can also carry your bike onboard if you need to use your bike after transit.
Parking my bike and board a train were really easy and there were a plenty of space to park. To maximize parking space, the Dutch uses two decks, top and bottom. If your parking space is on top, you will need to bring your space down first and park and lock your bike. Mechanism of the Dutch bike parking system is so easy that anybody can do it in your own and a number of parking spot are too many to count so I think the core design elements for the transition are how easy people can access and providing as many as possible.
The Dutch measure their transit performance from 1 to 10 and customer survey is a huge part of grade. I have been talking to our guides and they all said the Dutch government is a really good listener because once discrepancies have been detected by citizens, the Dutch government comes right at to fix them, which makes their transit more reliable and flawless.