The Municipality of Copenhagen have published their new bicycle account for 2013-2014, and it shows positive results. Almost 50% of those who work or study in Copenhagen arrive by bike.
Lower speed limits mean less accidents and casualties. Still, Danish municipalities have struggled to lower speed limits to 30 and 40 km/h. But now it looks like the wind is changing. The Danish Parliament has changed their tune, and results from a pilot project support the case for lower speed limits.
Vice-chairman of the CED, Marianne Weinreich from VEKSØ, is joining the STARTS School Travel Conference in London on January 15 to share best practice examples of school cycling in Denmark.
- Cycling and Mobility HOE360 Consulting specialises in providing useful and value-added advice for Cycling and Green Mobility projects – be it a street corner that needs an upgrade or strategies to get more people biking. We work towards innovative project solutions that can be implemented on the streets in a way that is beneficial […]
2014 was a busy year for the Cycling Embassy of Denmark. We celebrated our 5th anniversary, welcomed four new members to the organization, held our first Bikeable City Masterclass, received more than 100 delegations, participated in a number of conferences and workshops abroad, and much more.