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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.

Some example resources are showcased below.

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Turin Bicycle Master Plan (2013)

Report

Turin's Bicycle Master Plan was drafted in 2013, and is forming the basis for the cycling infrastructure being added during the city's COVID-19 response.

Resource page

Publication date: Mon 20 Jul 2020

Language: Italian

Deliverable 1.1 - State of affairs and definition of solution in 13 Cities

Deliverable

D1.1 reflects the findings of the initial endeavour of Handshake, which sought to systematically trace the current cycling conditions in all 13 partner cities.

Resource page

Publication date: Tue 30 Jun 2020

Author: Mario Gualdi (ISINNOVA), Giorgia Galvini (ISINNOVA)

Enabling the City to Return to Work Interim Mobility - Intervention Programme for Dublin City

Report

Published in May 2020, this report sets out Dublin City Council's programme of mobility measures developed in response to COVID-19. Cycling and pedestrian measures form a crucial component of the overall proposed intervention.

Resource page

Publication date: Wed 24 Jun 2020

Author: Dublin City Council

Language: English

Bordeaux Metropole COVID-19 Cycling Network Map

Other

This map shows the cycling network within Bordeaux Metropole created by the local authority in response to COVID-19.

Resource page

Publication date: Wed 27 May 2020

Author: Florent Coignac

Language: French

Bordeaux City COVID-19 Cycling Network Map

Other

This map shows the cycling network within the city of Bordeaux, created by the Bordeaux Metropole local authority in response to COVID-19.

Resource page

Publication date: Wed 27 May 2020

Author: Florent Coignac

Language: French

Map of Munich's bike pump and service station network

This map shows the network of bike pumps and service stations that have been installed and built in the city as part of CIVITAS Handshake. It indicates the state of the network in May 2020, with expansion possible in the next couple of years. 

Resource page

Publication date: Fri 8 May 2020

Author: Viktor Goebel

Learning from Strasbourg - Bruges Symposium Presentation

Presentation

As part of the CIVITAS Handshake immersive symposium in Bruges (Belgium), Clotilde Imbert from the Copenhagenize Design Co. gave a presentation on lessons to learn from Strasbourg (France). The French city is well-known as a leading cycling city.

Resource page

Publication date: Wed 18 Mar 2020

Author: Clotilde Imbert

Language: English

Deliverable 3.1 Concrete roadmap and strategy for transfer and transition management

Deliverable

In order to help the 10 Future Cycling Capitals (FCCs) Bordeaux, Bruges, Cadiz, Dublin, Helsinki, Krakow, Greater Manchester, Riga, Rome and Turin to get an overview on their transfer and transition management, this document provides the current state where these cities see themselves in the transfer stage, opening a view on the people involved, partners to meet and planned activities such as Immersive Symposia and Immersive Study Tours and the internal transfer management meetings. 

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Publication date: Thu 5 Mar 2020

Author: Wim Billet, Fred Dotter, Jan Christiaens

Rome - Travelling Sustainably During the Six Nations Championship

Rome’s public transport operator (Roma Servizi per Mobilità) is providing rugby fans travelling to the Italian capital for the Six Nations Championship with advice on how to reach the city’s Olympic Stadium sustainably. Cycling and CIVITAS Handshake are front and centre of these efforts. The guide is available in English and Italian.

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Publication date: Fri 21 Feb 2020

Author: Francesco Iacorossi

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