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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...
20. June 2010 | Praxisbeispiel > 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.
20. June 2010 | Praxisbeispiel > 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...
20. June 2010 | Praxisbeispiel > 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.
1. June 2010 | Praxisbeispiel > Denmark
Fahrräder und Fußgänger auf der Straße
Collection of over 100 active transportation best practices from around the world released
19. March 2010 | Nachrichten > Worldwide
Schreibtisch mit Ausdrucken, einer Brille und einem Bleistift
Europe
25 fact sheets are about infrastructure planning, promotion of cycling, and pedelecs. The PRESTO-Project promotes cycling in Europe.
3. March 2010 | Nachrichten > European Union
Construction sign of the citizens' initiative "Ibbenbürener Straße"
Cycle path construction
The program subsidises cycle path construction by citizens' initiatives with a lump-sum of 15,000 Euro per kilometer
15. February 2010 | Praxisbeispiel > North Rhine-Westphalia
Advisory "safety lane" in the carriageway - recommended in the ERA 2010 on cycling facilities

The new state of the art for cycling facilities offers a wide range of facility types. The ERA guidelines recommend to implementing the separation or integration approach, depending from specific conditions in the concrete urban space. In doubt, no cycle path (integration) is better and safer...

1. February 2010 | Forschung Radverkehr >
Street space reserved for cycling

Main inner-city streets must meet the demands of bicycle and pedestrian traffic as well as cars and provide for loading areas, parking and bus traffic. The new state of the art for cycling facilities offers more options – most of which have already undergone safety tests – to manage cycling...

1. February 2010 | Forschung Radverkehr >
US
The number of people choosing to cycle to and from work jumped 26 percent from last year, says a City transportation study released Monday.
16. November 2009 | Nachrichten > USA

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