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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CIVITAS Handshake Project Booklet

Brochure Made in Handshake

Publication date: Wed 24 Jul 2019

Deliverable 6.3 - Communication materials


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


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 – 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


Language: English

A Guide to Inclusive Cycling


This updated guide presents advice on removing barriers to disabled people’s access to cycling. The Guide sets out the principles of inclusive cycling and features real-life case studies, technical recommendations and policy suggestions. In addition to outlining principles of inclusive cycling and the types of cycles used by disabled cyclists, the Guide covers four main themes. It looks at: cycle infrastructure; cycling facilities; cycle networks; and, recognition and awareness of...

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Publication date: June 2019

Author: Wheels for Well-being

Language: English

Bordeaux Bicycle Monitoring Information


Data from the Bicycle Observatory - Statistics, counting points, number of registered cyclists, download the various data in PDF format.

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Publication date: Tue 18 Jun 2019

Author: Bordeaux Métropole

Language: French

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...

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Publication date: Tue 18 Jun 2019

Author: European Commission

Language: English

Helsinki Cycling Communications Guide

Communications concepts and explanations of elements of Helsinki's cycling system. Includes links to information on Baana routes

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Publication date: 2019

Author: HSI

Local marketing for cycling promotion in Munich


The poster explains the theoretic background of Munich's cycling campaign and gives a brief overview on some events. Furthermore it gives an idea what Munich is planning next with the redesign of the campaign.

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Publication date: Fri 31 May 2019

Author: City of Munich

Language: German


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

The sole responsibility for the content of this website lies with the CIVITAS Handshake project and in no way reflects the views of the European Commission.