After an internship with Gehl Architects, two students from the University of Washington in the U.S. have produced a handbook on strategies for making better urban spaces for citizens of all ages based on their experiences with the Gehl approach and the Danish bicycle culture.
What can Danish cycle planners learn from the Dutch? This was the key question when a large group of members from Cycling Embassy of Denmark went on a study trip in September 2013. 23 cycling specialists visited 6 different Dutch cities and our twin organisation, the Dutch Cycling Embassy.
Getting children to bike to school benefits society in terms of both economy, health, and congestion says new report. COWI has analyzed the effect of the popular Bike to School campaign which is organized by the Danish Cyclists’ federation and TrygFonden.
Once the stomping grounds of Al Capone, Chicago’s ambition is now to become the number one cycle city in the U.S. In July, they journeyed to Copenhagen to seek counsel and inspiration from members of the Cycling Embassy of Denmark on how to become “Chicagohagen.”
June 11-14, more than 1,400 traffic planners, architects, consultants, scholars, decision makers, NGOs and bicycle enthusiasts met in Vienna to inspire and share their knowledge on promoting cycling as a means of transport. A delegation of 25 represented the CED, and like the other conference goers, we had an amazing bicycle week in Vienna.
With its new approach to parking problems, the City of Copenhagen attempts to create behavioural change by offering cyclists an extra service.