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Newsletter 6 – March 2012

Newsletter 6 – March 2012

Large-scale renovation project increasing bicycle parking, how to import Danish bicycle knowhow, and the Mayor of Copenhagen’s Techinical and Environmental Administration’s thought on how to boost cycling in her city. Read about it in our newsletter.

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Can you export Danish Bicycle know-how?

Can you export Danish Bicycle know-how?

| March 29, 2012

The short answer is yes. Danish municipalities and consultants have a lot of knowledge that can benefit other countries in their efforts to improve conditions for cyclists. Many foreign cities have discovered the benefits of using Danish bicycle know-how. In recent years, many Danes have presented their bicycle-related work at international conferences, and several consultants are involved in international projects. Thus, to an extent, the export of Danish bicycle know-how is already in progress

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Leadership award for cycling promotion 2012

Leadership award for cycling promotion 2012

This summer, the Cycling Embassy of Denmark is awarding an individual or an organisation with the Leadership Award for Cycling Promotion 2012 for the fourth time. But we need your help to nominate the truly dedicated cycling promoters.

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The New Nørreport Station: Rethinking and Doubling Bicycle Parking

The New Nørreport Station: Rethinking and Doubling Bicycle Parking

| March 29, 2012

The renovation of platforms, buildings, and the urban space around Nørreport, the busiest railway station in Denmark, has begun. The project is based on a proposal by Public Arkitekter in cooperation with COBE, Grontmij Carl Bro, and Bartenbach Lichtlabor, which won first prize at an international architectural competition.

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Copenhagen’s bicycle mayor: Give back the space to the cyclists

Copenhagen’s bicycle mayor: Give back the space to the cyclists

Space is in great demand in the Danish Capital. And it takes political courage to take it away from the cars and give it to the cyclists. But the result will be better urban life for all, says Copenhagen’s Mayor of the Technical and Environmental Administration

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