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Experiments with flexible parking in Copenhagen

Experiments with flexible parking in Copenhagen

| August 22, 2011

Atkins has provided counseling to a new study on flexible parking spaces for the City of Copenhagen. The idea behind the flexible parking is to allow cyclists and motorists to switch using the car park on the street as needed.

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The Carrot, the Stick and the Tambourine – Revitalizing Copenhagen as a City of Cyclists

The Carrot, the Stick and the Tambourine – Revitalizing Copenhagen as a City of Cyclists

| June 21, 2011

Andreas Røhl lays forward the Copenhagen challenges and highlight some of the carrots, sticks and tambourines that the city of Copenhagen takes into use when pursuing the goal of gaining market shares in favour of cycling. Watch the presentation from last years Velo-City Global conference in Copenhagen

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Copenhagen to Seattle: Bike infrastructure needed

Copenhagen to Seattle: Bike infrastructure needed

| June 16, 2011

Members of the Cycling Embassy did last week a series of presentations to a delegation from I-Sustain. John Mauro, Cascade Bicycle Club did this blog post.

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Copenhagen’s new Bicycle Account shows continuing growth in cycling

Copenhagen’s new Bicycle Account shows continuing growth in cycling

| May 28, 2011

Not since the 60s, have the citizens of Copenhagen pedaled as much as they did in 2010. Fresh figures from the City of Copenhagen’s new Bicycle Account shows that the citizens have cycled an average of 1.21 mil. km. a day in 2010. This marks an increase of 40.000 km. a day since 2008 and

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Bicycle Capitals of the world: Sustainable mobility in Copenhagen and Amsterdam

Bicycle Capitals of the world: Sustainable mobility in Copenhagen and Amsterdam

| May 28, 2011

KpVV (Transport Knowledge Resource Center in the Netherlands) and Fietsberaad (Center of expertise on bicycle policy in the Netherlands) invite you to join us and two program managers of the bicycle capitals of the World in the discussion about bicycle policy.

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Cycling is not a niche, not something special

Cycling is not a niche, not something special

| March 30, 2011

An interview with Andreas Røhl, Head of Cycling Programme for the City of Copenhagen

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