Die Kampagne wirbt für mehr Rücksichtnahme und Respekt auf den Straßen einer Großstadt. Ihre Mittel sind Plakate, Flugblätter, Postkarten, Aufkleber – und vorbildliches Verhalten der Initiatoren.
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29. March 2019 | Praxisbeispiele > Hesse
Cycle path construction
The program subsidises cycle path construction by citizens' initiatives with a lump-sum of 15,000 Euro per kilometer
19. February 2015 | Praxisbeispiele > North Rhine-Westphalia
Mainz' bike sharing system MVGmyBIKE provides local mobility services, including busses, trains, tramways and bicycles. Its focus lays on the combination of rental bikes and the public transport system. The system is operated by the local transportation company.
1. November 2014 | Praxisbeispiele >
Munich Cycle Capital
Cycling in Munich stands for future oriented mobility and at the same time for a long local tradition. To strengthen that positive image of the bicycle and to raise awareness for it that is the campaign`s mission.
18. December 2013 | Praxisbeispiele > Bavaria
Test-Pedelecs for Employers
The project aims to motivate jobholders to use the bicycle for their daily commutes as well as for business trips. That should lead to an increase in cycling's modal share. Due to the hilly topography in many Baden-Württemberg regions, especially pedelecs provide suitable options.
17. December 2013 | Praxisbeispiele > Baden-Württemberg
Protecting cyclists in street space
In one of Soest's one-way streets, cyclist passed very close to parked cars while they were overtaken by motorized traffic. The municipality of Soest decided to implement a cycle lane in the middle of the road.
16. December 2013 | Praxisbeispiele >
Providing cycling mobility for children and youth from low-income households
In many cases, children from low-income households cannot access roadworthy bicycles. By implementing the program "Every Child gets a Bike", the city of Tübingen reacts to that problem. Low-income families get the opportunity to check and repair their childrens` bicycles for free. Furthermore, the city authority collects unused bikes from the local population and passes them to the target group.
20. November 2013 | Praxisbeispiele > Baden-Württemberg
Little Bicycle-Sheds "Fahrradhäuschen"
Theft-, vandalism- and weather-safe parking in densely populated housing-areas with narrow street spaces
22. August 2013 | Praxisbeispiele > Hamburg
Advisory cycle lanes outside built-up areas
Investigating safety and attractivity of cycle route networks on rural roads
19. August 2013 | Praxisbeispiele > Germany
Bike Rental System
In the summer of 2009, Hamburg became one of about 100 cities worldwide, which offer a public bike rental system. The service is called "StadtRAD", literally meaning 'City Bike'.
10. January 2013 | Praxisbeispiele > Hamburg