Tag: commuting

Kofoed & Co

Kofoed & Co

| January 9, 2012

Intelligent communication at eye level Kofoed & Co is a front-runner in the digital world, developing innovative and creative state-of the-art projects, electronic information displays, mobile and interactive solutions. We take pride in exploring the technological limits, pushing the boundaries of technologies in a quest to create optimal solutions, collaborating with the best in the business. Kofoed & […]

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Rush Hour in the Cycling City of Copenhagen

Rush Hour in the Cycling City of Copenhagen

| December 19, 2010

A film about cycle rush hour in Copenhagen. Produced by Copenhagenize Consulting for The City of Copenhagen

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Super highways for cyclists

Super highways for cyclists

| September 2, 2010

Bicycle motorways to encourage people to bike to and from work

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Let’s Reinvent the Wheel for a Change

Let’s Reinvent the Wheel for a Change

A publication about the cycling culture in Denmark

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Tax incentives for bike commuting

Tax incentives for bike commuting

Denmark is in many aspects a front-runner when it comes to cycling. Unfortunately, the area of tax incentives for bike commuting is not one of them.

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E-bikes to reduce car trips

E-bikes to reduce car trips

Watch Elsebeth Gedde’s presentation from Meet the Danes at Velo-city Global 2010 on the Municipality of Odense’s E-bike project

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DSB

DSB

| June 8, 2010

Sustainable transportation with public transport and bike door-to-door

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Denmark is biking to work

Denmark is biking to work

About 110,000 Danes from all over the country participates in the month of May in the “Bike to Work”

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Electrify your bike in Odense

Electrify your bike in Odense

In Odense, the conventional bicycle is now being accompanied by the electric bike

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Boosting cycling is win-win

Boosting cycling is win-win

“Cycling improves health and the environment but it is not in the DNA of government. It needs to be”

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Andreas Røhl at Wisconsin Bike Summit

Andreas Røhl at Wisconsin Bike Summit

Cycling Embassy of Denmark will be represented by Andreas Røhl, head of the City of Copenhagen’s Bicycle Program, at Wisconsin Bike Summit 2010

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Commutes to Work on Electric Bike

Commutes to Work on Electric Bike

| December 11, 2009

From their house in the countryside to their work places in the city, Elsebeth Gedde and her husband both have about 18 kilometers to go.

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A Politician on Two Wheels

A Politician on Two Wheels

| December 11, 2009

“I cycle approximately 10 kilometers on an average day. I ride my bike everywhere unless it’s very far or if the clothes I wear are very unpractical.

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A Cycling Family

A Cycling Family

| December 11, 2009

Maren Uthaugh does not usually go far on her bicycle, but she uses it every day.

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The Cycling Lawyer

The Cycling Lawyer

| December 11, 2009

Working in a law firm, Lars Kjaer needs to follow a dress code. So every morning when he jumps on his bike to go to work, he’s wearing a suit.

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