Handy Lessons From Overseas on Walking and Bicycling

| March 28, 2010 | 1 Comment

A team of 12 U.S. transportation professionals conducted in May 2009 an international scan in Europe focused on bicyclist and pedestrian mobility and safety. The team identified best practices – in Copenhagen and Nakskov among other cities – under six heading; policy, encouragement, engineering, evaluation, enforcement, and education. The cities visited by the scan team demonstrated that it is possible to transition from an automobile-dominated culture to one that embraces alternative modes.

You can read an article summarizing the scan here: Handy Lessons From Overseas on Walking and Bicycling or the full report: Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety and Mobility in Europe

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Category: Danish Cycling Know How, Infrastructure, Safety

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  1. Jim Nariel says:

    looks like an interesting article – will give this a read later when I have the time to read – sorry canbt read now

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