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Meet the Expert: Didier Gorteman
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ERTICO strengthens ties with ITS Nationals Network
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Copenhagen now has more bikes than cars in its city centre
Nov 8, 2016 | Policy News
The numbers are out: Copenhagen’s city centre is now bustling with more bicycles than cars...Read More
Espoo citizens test app to help fix cycle lanes (Finland)
Nov 7, 2016 | Policy News
The city of Espoo has launched a trial where citizens use their smartphones to help local authorities identify road infrastructure that needs to be fixed.
By using their phone cameras, residents can take photographs of problems they spot while on the move and upload them online using Mapillary – an app that lets people share images and tag their geographic location.
Once the pictures are uploaded on the map, the application blurs the face of pedestrians and car number plates to ensure privacy and security.
Interview with Steffen Rasmussen, City of Copenhagen
Oct 19, 2016 | ERTICO Activities
As the City of Copenhagen has recently joined the ERTICO Partnership, ERTICO has interviewed its...Read More
New campaign to improve cyclists’ safety (UK)
Sep 27, 2016 | Policy News
Cyclists in London and Manchester are being encouraged to ‘hang back’ from lorries in a safety...Read More
Massive human bicycle in Terrassa (Spain)
Sep 22, 2016 | Policy News
The City of Terrassa, in Spain, inRead More
Hungary to spend millions developing cycling routes
Aug 19, 2016 | Policy News
Hungary‘s Ministry of National Development has announced that it will spend 30 billion Hungarian forint (€96 million) on cycling infrastructure.
The funds will develop the country’s main cycling routes, including sections of the EuroVelo 6 – Atlantic-Black Sea and the EuroVelo 11 – East Europe Route.
New report on encouraging cycling published in Denmark
Jan 5, 2016 | Policy News
The Danish Cyclists’ Federation has released a new report looking at how to encourage more people to cycle more often.
With support from Denmark’s National Cycling Fund, the report aimed to identify why people choose bicycles fo…Read More
Madrid to spend € 40 million on cycle lanes in 2016
Jan 4, 2016 | Policy News
The Spanish capital is planning a major increase in spending on cycling infrastructure and the city’s bicycle-sharing network BiciMAD in the coming year.
The city council had originally planned to spend € 2 million on cycling in 2016, but will now spend € 40 million on 33 new cycling routes on streets or in public places and parks. Much of the funding will come from a national government fund for sustainable investments. A condition for the funding is that it must be spent by the end of 2016, meaning deadlines will be tight.
Copenhagen, on the road to a smarter future
Oct 26, 2015 | Policy News
Technolution is engaged in deploying ITS in the Danish capital. The main objective will be to...Read More
Hannover will host the 4th International Cycling Safety Conference
Aug 24, 2015 | Policy News
The 4th International Cycling Safety Conference will take place in Hannover on 15-16 September...Read More
Irish National Bike Week gets into gears
May 29, 2015 | Policy News
Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe TD, launched National Bike Week...Read More
University of Leeds studies the economic benefits of cycling
Feb 27, 2015 | Policy News
New research by the Institute for Transport Studies of the University of Leeds (ITS Leeds) has...Read More
STORM on line workshop: Tools and methodologies supporting future freight and logistics scenarios and policies assessmentMarch 28 @ 9:00 am - 11:30 pm
Province of Noord-Brabant hosts 2023 Automotive WeekApril 16 - April 19
ITS America Conference & ExpoApril 24 - April 27
EUCAD 2023May 3 @ 8:00 am - May 4 @ 5:00 pm
MODALES will host its Final Conference on 12 MayMay 12