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Dutch/Danish workshop on the challenges of autonomous cars

Dutch/Danish workshop on the challenges of autonomous cars

| May 4, 2017

On June 12, the Cycling Embassy of Denmark will be co-hosting a workshop for Dutch and Danish decision makers and experts as a prelude to the Velo-city 2017 conference in Arnhem-Nijmegen. The workshop is a joint event organised by the CED, the Danish Embassy in the Netherlands, the Dutch Embassy in Denmark, and the Dutch

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Cycling Embassy of Denmark’s Annual Report 2016

Cycling Embassy of Denmark’s Annual Report 2016

| February 2, 2017

The Cycling Embassy of Denmark’s Annual Report 2016 is out. “New members keep joining the Cycling Embassy of Denmark. Our network now counts over 40 members; a token that cycling is still a hot topic on the mobility agenda. More and more players have entered the field of cycling in Denmark, and new initiatives and

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How Denmark became a cycling nation

How Denmark became a cycling nation

| January 18, 2016

In the 1960s, cars were threatening to displace bicycles in the main Danish cities. But the oil crisis, the environmental movement and a couple of controversial road projects reversed the trend. This is however just part of the story of why Danes still cycle so much.

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South America learns from Danish cycle experts

South America learns from Danish cycle experts

| January 12, 2016

In August 2015, a group of stakeholders from six South-American cities participated in the Cycling Embassy of Denmark’s Bikeable City Seminar. Claudio Olivares Medina from the organisation, Bicivilizate, shares his experiences from the seminar. 

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CED’s Annual Report 2015

CED’s Annual Report 2015

| December 8, 2015

The Cycling Embassy of Denmark has expanded its activities in 2015. Our Annual Report 2015 is out now. 

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How we get children to bike

How we get children to bike

| August 31, 2015

In September, the Danish Cyclists’ Federation’s campaign “Bike to School” hits Danish schools for the fifteenth year in a row. Every year, the campaign gets thousands of new children cyclists out on the school routes and thus contributes to keeping the Danish bicycle culture alive.

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