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Why do people not want to cycle? There is no doubt that building cycle lanes and providing bike parking encourages people to cycle, however for some groups this is not enough.
Events | 17/07/2013
CIVITAS VANGUARD, CIVITAS ARCHIMEDES and the CIVITAS thematic group ‘Less car intensive lifestyles’ held a first webinar on how to encourage a sustainable shift in mobility behaviour away from the
Events | 17/07/2013
Although the modal share of cycling had increased in Graz since 1980, prior to the measure implementation the increase had slowed down.
Measures | 08/11/2011 | Graz
Walking and cycling enhancements/services
A 2003 survey indicated that the rate of bicycle ownership in Rotterdam was lower than in other cities in the Netherlands.
Measures | 27/10/2011 | Rotterdam
Walking and cycling enhancements/services
Bike security was identified as a serious issues in central Bristol, and company travel plans identified an existing demand for secure cycle parking, particularly for staff working at small office
Measures | 03/11/2011 | Bristol
Walking and cycling enhancements/services
The measure was implemented as part of the city of Venice’s efforts to encourage a modal shift in favour of modes that lower traffic congestion and have a low environmental impact, particularly in
Measures | 02/11/2011 | Venezia
Walking and cycling enhancements/services
Completed in 2005, Debrecen’s Kolscsey Conference Centre is one of the largest and best-equipped buildings of this type in Eastern Europe and was a major investment for the city.
Measures | 03/11/2011 | Debrecen
Walking and cycling enhancements/services
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Cycling is a popular mode of transport in Debrecen among all age groups.
Measures | 03/11/2011 | Debrecen
Walking and cycling enhancements/services
The construction of the second metro line was foreseen as having a major impact on transport and mobility organisation in the city as a whole that needed to be anticipated within urban planning pol
Measures | 02/11/2011 | Toulouse
Walking and cycling enhancements/services
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The county of Suceava is crossed by two major European roads, both of which pass through the city centre in the absence of a by-pass route for transit traffic.
Measures | 02/11/2011 | Suceava
Walking and cycling enhancements/services
With 410 km of bicycle lanes in 2009 and an ideal climate and topography for cycling, more than 20 percent of all trips in Malmo were made by bicycle prior to measure implementation.
Measures | 08/11/2011 | Malmö
Walking and cycling enhancements/services
During the 1990s, cycling as a means of daily transport was virtually non-existent in Burgos, even though the topography and layout of the city were ideal for bicycle use as it is flat, with wide a
Measures | 03/11/2011 | Burgos
Walking and cycling enhancements/services
As a result of the rapidly growing number of cars in the city centre since the 1990s, congestion had become a daily phenomenon in Pecs, resulting in air and noise pollution and a significant deter
Measures | 02/11/2011 | Pécs
Walking and cycling enhancements/services
In the field of sustainable mobility, “soft measures” include promotion, awareness raising and the provision of information with the aim of increasing levels of walking, cycling, car sharing and pu
Measures | 08/11/2011 | La Rochelle
Walking and cycling enhancements/services
As a way of tackling high levels of pollution and increasing congestion, Ploiesti aimed to construct new facilities for cyclists and pedestrians, improving accessibility, security, and connections
Measures | 03/11/2011 | Ploiesti
Walking and cycling enhancements/services

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