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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.
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Bordeaux Bicycle Monitoring Information
Guidance for Cycling Projects in the EU
In 2018, the European Commission (DG MOVE) commissioned a study to produce guidelines to help promote cycling in the EU through case studies and guidelines that will foster the implementation of cycling infrastructure (and other) measures that are appropriate to the local context of cities. The guidance based on this study was published in June 2019. Each city has different fundamental characteristics that affect the appropriate level and type of action required to promote and support...
Amsterdam Bike Benefits Infographic
Brutus Mobility Model
Copenhagen Bicycle Statement 2018
The annual bicycle reviews have been addressed to the Technology and Environment Committee and are an overview of the City of Copenhagen's priority efforts in the field of cycling and the effect of these, as well as the status of the politically agreed goals and for the citizens' satisfaction. The bicycle reviews also provide suggestions for concrete initiatives that may be relevant to initiate in connection with the budget negotiations. The development of bicycle traffic and the existing...
Copenhagen Bicycle Account 2016
"Cykelregnskab" Every two years, the City of Copenhagen prepares a so-called bicycle account. Here it is made clear how it is possible to achieve the goals that have been decided in the bicycle strategy. The bicycle accounts have been published since 1995 and provide a good overview of what is happening to improvements for cyclists - and what can be done better.