Newsletter 8 – August 2012

| August 30, 2012

New manual for bicycle-friendly school roads, new large-scale tourism project and knowledge sharing between the Cycling Embassy and U.S. study groups. Read about it in our newsletter.

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New manual for promoting active transport for school children

The Danish Cancer Society recently published a new manual on how to make Danish school roads more bicycle-friendly through a structural approach. The manual lists a number of efficient and inexpensive initiatives that can be implemented with ease – and results.!

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Changing the story about bike touring

With the new project, “Powered by Cycling: Panorama,” The Danish Cyclists’ Federation and its partners will rebuild the service structures around the Danish parts of the North Sea Route and the Berlin-Copenhagen Route drawing on best-practice cases from all over Europe.

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U.S. city planners seek inspiration on Danish cycle tracks

In June, a group of politicians and city officials from the cities of Portland, Chicago, and San Francisco, plus members of Bikes Belong, toured Denmark visiting top cycle cities to study Danish cycle solutions 1:1.

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Cycling Embassy of Denmark goes to Vancouver!

This June, twenty Danish bicycle ambassadors crossed the Atlantic to go to Velo-city in Vancouver, Canada, to meet other bicycle experts, politicians, and NGOs from across the globe to share their knowledge of how to promote cycling.

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