The habits of cyclists are shaping cities like Amsterdam. “There are many ATMs along the main bicycle path network”, urban planner Marco te Brömmelstroet told Vogelvrije Fietser, the magazine of cyclists’ organisation Fietsersbond.
The map above shows Amsterdam’s main cycle path network (provided by the city as open data) and the location of ATMs. It appears that many ATMs are indeed located near cycle paths. Exceptions include shopping areas such as the Kalverstraat, Gelderlandplein and Bijlmerplein. (I tried to calculate the distance between ATMs and cycle paths but I couldn’t get this to work in QGIS.)