This underground bike park will accomodate 12,500 bicycles, making it the world's biggest.
In May 2014, the Arnhem Nijmegen urban area will embark on a pilot project for direction signs on fast bikeways in the municipalities Overbetuwe, Beuningen, Duiven and Nijmegen-Noord.
2015 will see the start of a series of experiments in the Netherlands to test if technology at specially designed traffic junctions can prevent accidents involving cars and cyclists. Sensors in the car and road-side systems will register cyclist's behaviour and pass on the information to oncoming cars.
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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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