Monthly Archives: November 2014

New Ways to Go- Private Investment in Cycling

A systematic process for calculating and comparing gains (benefits) and costs of projects, decisions and policies is the Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA), which is used world-wide and is the official assessment tool for investments financed by EU funds, in order: to … Continue reading

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Cyclehoop

Includes great recycling idea – old cigarette machines now dispensing inner tubes!!!!!! http://us4.campaign-archive2.com/?u=17e6945053d966fe46f1e5d03&id=84e8f95cd6&e=6574a8c4ec

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CycleCities on OPEN DAYS 2014

Brussels, Belgium 100 workshops, 200 regions and cities were present this year at the European Week of Regions and Cities. The events proved this year again very successful and him – our CycleCities animation hero – George – was a … Continue reading

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The city no longer exists… long live the city!

Originally posted on AESOP Young Academics:
Dear urbanists, urban planners, traffic planners, architects and others, Our work is done. Recently Google Maps does not show the same things to everyone. The uncrowned world leader in digital mapping breaks the tradition…

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Knowledge Center for Cycling Policy in The Netherlands

What do you think? A limited number of data on bicycle use in the Netherlands can be found in Cycling in the Netherlands. The data on trends in bicycle use have been analysed regularly.  The latest broad analysis: Monitoring bicycle policies 1996-1999. … Continue reading

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Rome was not built in one day; nor shall London’s cycling network

What do you think? Boris Johnson cycle superhighway plans are cut and delayed. While his allies rally round his flagship project, other elements of the London mayor’s “cycling vision” are being quietly dropped or slowed down With media attention firmly … Continue reading

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Bicycle parking at Rotterdam Central Station

What do you think? It was built in 22 months, the underground bicycle parking facility at Rotterdam’s new Central Railway Station. It was opened in November 2013 and it has parking spaces for 5,190 bicycles. Making it the largest of the … Continue reading

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