Commissioned by the Asian Development Bank, two Dutch engineering consultancies, Royal HaskoningDHV and Ecofys, have formulated a bicycle policy (including the necessary support measures) to improve cycling conditions in Beijng capital city of China.
How much would you save by replacing a car or a delivery van by an e-cargobike?
As a result of their cycling culture, citizens of the Netherlands live, on average, half a year longer than non-cycling citizens elsewhere in the world. And cycling leads to 11,000 fewer deaths per year.
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Transport for London heeft naar eigen zeggen 's werelds eerste mobiliteitsgezondheidsplan opgesteld. De komende tien jaar wordt er bijna 5 miljard euro uitgetrokken om de stad beter begaanbaar te maken voor fietsers en voetgangers.
This report describes a study into the use of vehicle restricted areas in Cambridge, Hull en Salisburyby cyclists.
The objective of this research is to provide recommendations for bike sharing system design in order to introduce the service as an attractive mode option to commuters and business travellers in the Netherlands. This objective corresponds to the main research question: How should an urban bike sharing system be designed in order to attract commuters and business travellers in the Netherlands?
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The Dutch Cycling Embassy is a public private partnership established to make the Dutch cycling expertise internationally available.
All partners of the Dutch Cycling Embassy are convinced that cycling can and must play a much larger role in (urban) transport for many good reasons; they offer their expertise, services and products to assist you in taking full advantage of the potential of cycling.
Fietsberaad is one of the founding partners of the Dutch Cycling Embassy.
The Dutch Cycling Embassy can help you:
- Find your way to information and contacts
- Organize a visit to the Netherlands
- Organize workshops etc. on bicycling
Fietsberaad is part of CROW. CROW has issued several bicycle-related publications. Click here for an overview of the publications in English.
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