Handshake

CIVITAS Handshake is on a mission to make cities cycle-friendly. To do this, it is gathering 13 cities from all corners of Europe to share and inspire cycling excellence.

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About the project

CIVITAS Handshake will support the transfer and uptake of cycling measures developed by three pioneering “Cycling Capitals“ - Copenhagen (Denmark), Amsterdam (the Netherlands) and Munich (Germany) - to ten further European cities.

Areas of focus include cycling policy and planning, infrastructure design, modelling and assessment, and awareness and education. Under Handshake, cycling expertise and knowledge will be shared through transfer processes and mentoring programmes.

The ten “Future Cycling Capitals” that will immediately benefit from working with Handshake's Cycling Capitals and project experts are Bordeaux (France), Bruges (Belgium), Cadiz (Spain), Dublin (Ireland), Greater Manchester (UK), Helsinki (Finland), Krakow (Poland), Riga (Latvia), Rome (Italy) and Turin (Italy). These cities are drawn from diverse geographical, socioeconomic and planning contexts that will help maximise learning beyond Handshake as the project matures.

By helping make urban environments more suitable places for cycling as an everyday transport mode, Handshake will help maximise its modal share and realise the common goals of managing congestion and improving public safety and health.

 

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Fast Facts

September 2018 - August 2022

Project duration

12 partners

Project partners

€ 4,999,594

Project funding

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Thematic areas

Active mobility

Behavioural change & mobility management
  • Mobility marketing and awareness raising
  • Mobility Planning

Road safety & security
  • Enhancing passenger security
  • Safer roads, bike and foot paths
  • Cybersecurity and data privacy

Integrated & inclusive planning
  • Spatial planning / land-use planning
  • Multimodal hubs
  • Cooperation of policy fields and institutional stakeholders
  • Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans - SUMP
Public participation & co-creation

Contacts

Urban Cycling Institute

Giorgia Galvini
Coordination Support

ggalvini [at] isinnova.org

Mario Gualdi
Project Coordinator

mgualdi [at] isinnova.org

Partners

Bordeaux logo
DECISIO logo
Riga logo
City of Munich logo
Comune di Torino logo
ICLEI Europe logo
Mobilita Roma logo
Mobiel logo
Copenhagen logo
City of Bruges logo
Velo Mondial logo
Dublin logo
City of Krakow logo
City of Helsinki logo
Greater Manchester logo
Cadiz logo
Isinnova logo
City of Amsterdam logo
.eu web awards
covenantofmayors.eu
eltis
EPOMM
European Mobility Week
managenergy
Smart Cities Marketplace
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