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Cycling safety – what Copenhagen can teach global cities

Cycling safety – what Copenhagen can teach global cities

| November 12, 2013

Mobility, planning and cycling: a study from Lund University in Sweden has compared the role of urban cycling and transport planning in Copenhagen, Denmark, and Stockholm, Sweden, and the results could serve as a guide for other cities struggling with cycling safety. Watch a small teaser for the PhD study.

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The biggest news items of 2011

The biggest news items of 2011

| January 5, 2012

A roundup of what was popular on our site in 2011. We have had a look at what our readers liked in 2011. Perhaps you missed some of the news items?

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Get social with the Cycling Embassy of Denmark and our members

Get social with the Cycling Embassy of Denmark and our members

You can follow and befriend members of the embassy on both Facebook and Twitter

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Subscribe to the Embassy’s RSS feed

Subscribe to the Embassy’s RSS feed

| October 30, 2010

If you always want to be updated with the newest information from the Cycling Embassy of Denmark, we recommend you to subscribe to our RSS feed

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Book a meeting with the members of CED

Book a meeting with the members of CED

Meet the members of the Cycling Embassy of Denmark at Velo-city Global in Copenhagen

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Velo-city Global 2010

Velo-city Global 2010

The world’s largest international conference on cycling is drawing near. On June 22-25

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Story about Velo-City Global

Story about Velo-City Global

Link to an article on Treehugger.com from March 1, 2010

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LA Times on Cycling Rights

LA Times on Cycling Rights

| February 25, 2010

Link to a Los Angeles Times article from February 25, 2010

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Letter from Mayor Bloomberg

Letter from Mayor Bloomberg

| December 29, 2009

The secretariat of the Cycling Embassy of Denmark has received a letter of thanks from Mayor Bloomberg regarding his Award of Leadership for Cycling Promotion 2009.

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