Tag: economics

Es macht sich bezahlt, zur Schule zu radeln

Es macht sich bezahlt, zur Schule zu radeln

| August 26, 2013

Kinder mit dem Fahrrad den Schulweg bewältigen zu lassen, dient der Gesellschaft sowohl  in Hinblick auf Wirtschaft und Gesundheit als auch auf die Verkehrsbelastung, besagt eine neue Studie. COWI hat die Auswirkungen der beliebten Kampagne „Bike to School“ untersucht, die von der Danish Cyclists´ Federation und dem TrygFond organisiert wird.

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Copenhagen Most Liveable City 2013

Copenhagen Most Liveable City 2013

| June 18, 2013

According to the lifestyle magazine Monocle, Copenhagen is the world’s most liveable city. It is the second time the Danish capital wins the title, the last time being in 2008. Then and now, bicycles play an essential role for Copenhagen’s high level of life quality for the city’s residents and visitors.

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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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Danish society profits DKK 43 million on Bike to Work

Danish society profits DKK 43 million on Bike to Work

| November 24, 2011

The Danish Bike to Work campaign organized by Danish Cyclists’ Federation has been analyzed by the consulting group, COWI.

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The British Cycling Economy

The British Cycling Economy

| August 22, 2011

Interesting study made by Dr. Alexander Grous, LSE, and SKY showing that the British cycling industry is “generating an estimated £2.9b per annum with strong signs of sustainable growth over the long term”.

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City’s biking industry rakes in 1.3 billion

City’s biking industry rakes in 1.3 billion

Being the “city of cyclists” has its economic benefits. The story is borrowed from the COPENHAGEN post.

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The efficiency of cycling investments

The efficiency of cycling investments

Eva Willumsen, COWI, held a plenary speach at the Velo-City 2011 conference in Seville. Take a look at her presentation here.

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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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Economic evaluation of cycle projects

Economic evaluation of cycle projects

Cost-benefit analysis of two Copenhagen cycle projects

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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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COWI A/S

COWI A/S

| March 2, 2010

Expertise in Cycle Traffic and Bicycle friendly Urban Planning 

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