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Berliner Regelpläne zur temporären Einrichtung und Erweiterung von Radverkehrsanlagen
Corona-Crisis
The Berlin Department for Environment, Transport, and Climate Protection published a collection of guidance images in April 2020 for the creation of temporary cycle facilities during lockdown caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic. Most countries have created lockdown situations where people should only travel with good reason, the UK has also adopted this approach with clarity that good reason includes...
10. April 2020 | News > Berlin
Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Campus Grifflenberg
University of Wuppertal

The University of Wuppertal invites applications for a W 3-Professorship for “Bicycle Traffic Planning” (legal basis: W 3 LBesG NRW; § 36 HG NRW).

27. March 2020 | News > North Rhine-Westphalia
Survey on a street
First-time funding provided by BMVI for university chairs on cycling
Cycling will be a university subject: Today, Federal Minister Andreas Scheuer presented seven institutions of higher education with their “future cheques” to fund endowed chairs on cycling. The actual objective is to embed cycling in research and teaching – from infrastructure planning through mobility management to cycling-friendly legislation.
6. February 2020 | News > Germany
Logo des Bicycle Brand Contest 2019
German Design Council
The Bicycle Brand Contest by the German Design Council (Rat für Formgebung) is aimed at companies in the bicycle industry and their partners in supply, as well as the design and communications industry.
3. November 2019 | News > Germany
1. Nationale Radlogistik-Konferenz 2019 in Berlin
1st Cycle Logistics Conference - Urban logistics should become more sustainable

On 25 October 2019, pioneers and experts in bicycle logistics discussed clean and efficient logistics concepts using cargo bikes with around 250 guests from companies, associations, research, politics and local authorities. At the 1st Cycle Logistics Conference of the German Cycle Logistics Association (RLVD) in Berlin...

25. October 2019 | News > Berlin
9th Amending Regulations
As from 2020, it will become mandatory for longer goods vehicles to be equipped with a turn assist system. At the same time, the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) will expand the authorized network by the sections notified by the federal states.
13. October 2019 | News > Germany
print of a chart
Representative Survey
41 percent of those surveyed intend to use the bicycle more frequently in the future. This is shown by the representative population survey "Cycling Monitor 2019", which is commissioned every two years by the Federal Ministry of Transport. 44 percent of people in Germany regularly use a bicycle.
9. October 2019 | News > Germany
Eine Radfahrerin
People’s health and travel behaviour in the Netherlands
The relationship between people’s health and travel behaviour in the Netherlands was examined. The focus was not only on the health differences between people with varying travel behaviour. The physical activity people derive from their daily mobility was also examined.
23. September 2019 | News > Netherlands
Mobility of children and young people in Switzerland 1994 to 2015
Swiss young people between the ages of 16 and 20 today cover many more distances by public transport and on foot than by bicycle. The proportion of 13 to 15 year-olds who use their bikes has fallen sharply, but now it seems to have bottomed out, according to an analysis by the Federal Offices FOPH, BASPO and ASTRA.
18. September 2019 | News > Switzerland
Logo der Europäischen Mobilitätswoche
European Mobility Week
The EMW is a campaign of the European Commission. Numerous German cities take part in EMW with campaigns and offer hands-on activities and other events for more sustainable mobility on site. The Federal Environment Agency (UBA) is showing what is going on in Germany between 16 and 22 September 2019.
15. September 2019 | News > Germany, European Union

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