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Cycling Embassy of Denmark’s Annual Report 2017

Cycling Embassy of Denmark’s Annual Report 2017

| December 6, 2017

The Cycling Embassy of Denmark’s Annual Report 2017 is out! 2017 has been an exciting year. CED contributed to the new EU cycling strategy, entered the discussion on automated vehicles and cycling, launched a new publication and a Virtual Reality film, making it possible to cycle through the streets of Copenhagen. The CED is evolving

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How light creates safety and identity along the Cycle Superhighways

How light creates safety and identity along the Cycle Superhighways

| December 6, 2017

In 2016 Aalborg University and ÅF Lighting joined forces with Cycle Superhighways to create innovative lighting for the tunnels on the Cycle Superhighways in the Capital Region of Denmark. This light project is now being implemented on the Farum route. The main purpose of the Cycle Superhighways is to create better conditions for commuter cyclists and

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Be inspired by Danish cycle experts at CIVITAS Forum 2017

Be inspired by Danish cycle experts at CIVITAS Forum 2017

| September 15, 2017

At CIVITAS Forum 2017 on September 27-29, the Cycling Embassy of Denmark will be sharing their know-how at their stand and invite you to try a virtual bicycle tour around Copenhagen. Get inspiration on how to promote cycling Two members of the Cycling Embassy of Denmark, HOE360 Consulting and Weinreich Mobility will be at the

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The City Bike is the Best Urban Initiative 2017

The City Bike is the Best Urban Initiative 2017

| September 15, 2017

By Sofie Kyhn Jakobsen  This May, the Copenhagen City Bike, Bycyklen, won the category “Best Urban Initiative” in an annual “Best in the city” competition. The users of the bikes were the ones who voted for Bycyklen to take first place. The other nominees were strong names such as Urban Riggers (houses on the water,

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Aalborg introduces cycling against the direction of traffic in 10 one-way streets

Aalborg introduces cycling against the direction of traffic in 10 one-way streets

| September 15, 2017

This spring, the Municipality of Aalborg allowed cycling against the direction of traffic on 10 one-way streets in central Aalborg. A cheap and simple initiative signaling that cyclists are prioritized more and more in Aalborg. The discussion about cycling against traffic on one-way streets has been a sensitive political subject. With increasing political support, an

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New Bicycle Track Priority Plan for Copenhagen

New Bicycle Track Priority Plan for Copenhagen

| September 15, 2017

By Jakob Schiøtt Stenbæk Madsen and Maria Streuli  Analyses and citizens’ involvement have resulted in a detailed plan of how the bicycle track network in Copenhagen should be expanded before 2025. We want more people to cycle Even though a great many people are already cycling, the City of Copenhagen’s goal of 50% of people

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