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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...
18. September 2019 | Nachrichten > Switzerland
Kinder mit Fahrrädern auf dem Schulweg
Cycling Expertise
File of the Week , S-2/2012: Cycling to School - Cycling to school is great fun; it is healthy and environmentally friendly. Children and adolescents must be able to get to school safely; this can be ensured by infrastructural measures, communication and the active participation of the young...
6. January 2013 | Nachrichten > Germany, European Union
Small bicycle stands for children's bikes

Integrating bicycle use into road safety education serves multiple purposes: it promotes the independent mobility of children and adolescents; it shapes their travel behaviour later in life, and creates awareness for an environmentally friendly transport mode; it triggers a respectful and safe...

1. June 2012 | Forschung Radverkehr >
Infrastructure improvements at the secondary school in Bünde as a result of pupils discussion of dangerous traffic situations on the way to school

Travelling to and from school is often the first step in a child's independence. It can be promoted at any age: special programmes for nursery, primary and secondary schools are already being successfully implemented in many cities. Such programmes can benefit from cooperation with supra-...

1. February 2012 | Forschung Radverkehr >
Northern Ireland
Over the past 12 months car journeys to school have reduced by 27 per cent and cycling and walking have increased by a staggering 58 per cent.
22. December 2008 | Nachrichten > UK
Wall map "the world"
School traffic
The school project focus on 10-13 year olds. By encouraging them to cycle or walk to school the number of lifts in cars will be reduced. Every fortnight the class’s total distance of cycling and walking was registered on a very large world map.
15. February 2008 | Praxisbeispiel > Sweden
Odense (Denmark)
Im Rahmen des EU-Programms für umweltfreundlichen Stadtverkehr CIVITAS wurde in Odense (Dänemark) ein interaktiver Fahrsimulator für die schulische Radfahrausbildung entwickelt ("interactive cycle simulator").
20. March 2006 | Nachrichten > European Union
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