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Brandenburgische Straße 2011
Integration of Noise Action and Traffic Planning
During the development of the Noise Action Plan of Berlin the administration noted that the design of certain streets were strongly focussed on motorised traffic . The widths of the lanes in some cases were larger than required taking the current amount of traffic into account, while at the same time lacks in the guidance of cycle traffic were recognised. To solve this discrepancies the reduction...
23. November 2012 | Praxisbeispiele > Berlin
Cover of the latest Benchmarking Report
Study with nationwide key data
Continuous collection and publication of data about cycling and walking in 50 states and in the country's 51 largest cities
1. February 2011 | Praxisbeispiele > USA
'Fast lane: Fat Lane' advertising image
Cycling Campaign
The campaign wants to promote bicycle traffic in Manchester and to establish cycling as an attractive and funny way of mobility for everybody
26. July 2010 | Praxisbeispiele >
Copenhagen Promotional Campaign
In 2008 the Copenhagen municipality started the initiative "I bike Copenhagen" which embeds all the activities for cycling within the brand "I bike CPH". This involves marketing activities but also a internet page with a social forum and measures to improve the infrastructure.
22. June 2010 | Praxisbeispiele > Denmark
Bridge view of the Norrebrogade
Measures to incrase cycling
For the Norrebrogade it was decided to put it on a "Road diet" what ment to downsize it, to make it less attractive for cars. In return the cycle tracks width had been doubled in some places (up to 4 m) and further cyclist- and pedestrian-friendly changes in street spaces had been realised.
22. June 2010 | Praxisbeispiele > Denmark
Logo Copenhagenize
Blogs on Copenhagen Bicycle Culture
With www.copenhagenize.com and www.copenhagencyclechic.com Mikael Colville-Andersen placed two blogs on the internet, which transport Copenhagens world of cycling into other countries and towns. The high quality and diversity of topics cover the whole dimension of cycling.
22. June 2010 | Praxisbeispiele > Denmark
The traffic sign of the Green Wave
Green Wave
In most cities the Green Waves are planned for supporting fluent car traffic. In Copenhagen this principle was changed: there were established green waves for cyclists in three streets: Norrebrogade, Osterbrogade and Farimagsgade.
21. June 2010 | Praxisbeispiele > Denmark
Bicycle Counter in Copenhagen
Bicycle Counter
In the city of Copenhagen many counters are established to evaluate the amount of cyclist in the whole city. For transport and urban planning issues it is important to have detailed statistics and information about the numbers of cyclists using the cycle infrastructure in different areas of the city.
21. June 2010 | Praxisbeispiele > Denmark
Green Route
Green Cycling Routes
The Green Cycle Routes of Copenhagen are a cohesive network of long distance cycle and pedestrian routes through open, recreational areas such as parks and waterfront areas as well as along minor roads. The routes avoid roads with heavy traffic, crossing them safely and comfortably by means of bridges or special traffic signs and signals.
21. June 2010 | Praxisbeispiele > Denmark
Biyearly municipal cycling report
In the early nineties the City of Copenhagen decided to establish a Bicycle Account with extensive figures about cycling and cyclists in Copenhagen. In 1994 the first Bicycle Account was realised and in an interval of two years follow-up surveys have been done. The results of each survey are published in a brochure that is distributed to the public of Copenhagen to inform them of its results.
20. June 2010 | Praxisbeispiele > Denmark

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