Welcome to Our Resources
On these pages, the key outputs of the Handshake project will be posted alongside key resources about the cities and general good practices in cycling.
Public deliverables will be created over the course of the project until 2022 and will be posted as soon as they are available. Follow our twitter channel or sign up to our Newsletter to keep up to date with new materials.
Some example resources are showcased below.
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Cycling Network: Bruges' Stadsfietsroute
Hämeentie Bikenomics Report
Towards a more active mobility system in Turin
Best practices – Inner-city bicycle parking
This handbook provides guidelines for the installation of bicycle parking facilities at busy locations. Drawing on the experience of the City of Amsterdam in creating such infrastructure, the handbook sets out a seven-step process for doing so.
Deliverable 4.2 - Mid-term monitoring report
This deliverable monitors the progress of Handshake cycling solutions at the project and city level. The introductory chapter briefly recaps the evaluation methodology and provides an overview of all cycling solutions, highlighting the main changes from the ex-ante assessment. The report describes the development of all 64 cycling solutions at the city level, considering the last values for assessing targets' progressive achievement. General conclusions and lessons learned have been deducted...
50 years of mobility policy in Bruges - Book Press Release
Marking 50 years of mobility policy in Bruges - EN version
This publication takes readers through 50 years of Bruges’ mobility planning history, whilst also covering cycling policy and the concept of ‘city-friendly mobility’. This version is written in English. A Dutch-language version is available to read here.
Fifty Years of Mobility Policy in Bruges - NL version
This publication takes readers through 50 years of Bruges’ mobility planning history, whilst also covering cycling policy and the concept of ‘city-friendly mobility’. This version is written in Dutch. An English-language version is available to read here.