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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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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

Handshake Press Release

This press release was distributed to announce Cadiz as the host of the fourth CIVITAS Handshake General Assembly.

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Publication date: Fri 14 Feb 2020

Author: Beatriz Estevez Pacheco

Language: Spanish

Learning from Amsterdam - Bruges Symposium Presentation

Presentation

As part of the CIVITAS Handshake immersive symposium in Bruges (Belgium), Ria Hilhorst from the City of Amsterdam gave a presentation on the lessons to learn from Copenhagen. The Dutch capital is one of Handshake's three "Cycling Capitals".  

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Publication date: Mon 10 Feb 2020

Author: Ria Hilhorst

Language: English

Some Reflections - Bruges Symposium Presentation

Presentation

This presentation summarises some reflections on the whole two-day Bruges Symposium from one of the participants, Professor Dirk Lauwers, University of Antwerp.

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Publication date: Mon 10 Feb 2020

Author: Dirk Lauwers

Language: English

Learning from Copenhagen - Bruges Symposium Presentation

Presentation

As part of the CIVITAS Handshake immersive symposium in Bruges (Belgium), Morten Kabell from Copenhagenize Design Co. gave a presentation what lessons can be learned from Copenhagen. The Danish capital is one of Handshake's three Cycling Capitals.  

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Publication date: Mon 10 Feb 2020

Author: Morten Kabell

Language: English

CIVITAS Handshake Project Booklet

Brochure Made in Handshake

Publication date: Wed 24 Jul 2019

Deliverable 6.3 - Communication materials

Deliverable

This document outlines the portfolio of promotional materials produced by the CIVITAS Handshake project so far and an overview of its website and social media channels.

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Publication date: Thu 18 Jul 2019

Author: Richard Adams

The Cycle Highway Manual

Publication

The Cycle Highway Manual is a product of the CHIPS project (Cycle Highways Innovation for smarter People transport and Spatial planning) financed by Interreg North-West Europe. It summarises 3 years of knowledge sharing and research between partners from Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, UK and Denmark. It aims to be a help for professionals that deal with cycle highway planning, design, construction, selling, maintenance, monitoring or evaluation.

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LIFE ASPIRE

Other

LIFE ASPIRE – Advanced logistics platform with road pricing and access criteria to improve urban environment and mobility of goods. This project includes various actions to develop and implement urban logistics solutions. Among these are case studies of cargo bike implementation and other innovative measures to move goods in cities.

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Publication date: Thu 4 Jul 2019

Author: LIFE ASPIRE

Language: English

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This project has received funding from the European Union‘s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under grant agreement no 769177.

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