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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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Copenhagen's Priority Plan for Bicycle Parking 2018-2025

Other

This priority plan is not published in English but an English article was published through the Cycling Embassy explaining the key factors of the plan. The plan for Bicycle Parking provides a comprehensive overview of the initiatives recommended by the City of Copenhagen.

Resource page

Publication date: Mon 12 Mar 2018

Author: Danish Cycling Embassy

Plan Amsterdam - Giving Way to cyclists

Publication

How cycling is still on the rise in Amsterdam, and will be for the foreseeable future. Contributions include stories about the lack of cycle parking space and how this is being resolved, and what the main mobility challenges for the next few years will be.

Resource page

Publication date: Thu 1 Feb 2018

Author: City of Amsterdam

Language: English

Bordeaux Metropolitan Bicycle Plan

Report

The metropolitan bicycle plan voted by elected officials in December 2016 represents 70 million euros over the 2017-2020 period. Among the flagship actions is the creation of a Metropolitan House of alternative mobilities, the development of the V3 network, a two-wheel-drive infrastructure development plan worth € 30 million and the reinforcement of communication and initiation actions for cycling .

Resource page

Publication date: Wed 24 Jan 2018

Author: Bordeaux Métropole

Language: English, French

Improvements to Cycling Infrastructure in Munich 2018

Other

"Verbesserungen der Radverkehrsinfrastruktur" The map gives an overview of the central measures for the expansion of the bicycle infrastructure. Cycling projects implemented in 2018 are presented as well as current projects and plans. The map is updated once or twice a year.

Resource page

Publication date: Mon 1 Jan 2018

Author: City of Munich

Language: German

Copenhagen Publication on Cycle Superhighways

Publication

A cycle superhighway is a cycle highway, where the commuters’ needs have been given the highest priority. The cycle superhighways of the Capitol Region is a coherent network of cycle highways which provides a safe, smooth ride with fewer stop and increased safety – offering an alternative to the car on distances of more than 5 kilometers.

Resource page

Publication date: Mon 1 Jan 2018

Author: Capitol Region of Copenhagen Office for Cycle Superhighways

Language: English

Copenhagen Bicycle Account 2016

Brochure

"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.

Resource page

Publication date: Tue 5 Dec 2017

Author: City of Copenhagen

Language: English

Made to Move in Greater Manchester

Policy note Publication

Documents published in relation to the Greater Manchester Cycling and Walking Commissioner’s plans.

Resource page

Publication date: Fri 1 Dec 2017

Author: Transport for Greater Manchester

Language: English

Bruges Fietsfacts

Brochure

At the Fietsival on 26 October 2017, the Fietsfacts (Bicycle Facts) were presented, 28 eye-catching realizations for cyclists from the previous four years.

Resource page

Publication date: Thu 26 Oct 2017

Author: City of Bruges

Language: Dutch

Amsterdam Long-Term Bicycle Plan

Report

Publication date: Sun 1 Jan 2017

Author: City of Amsterdam

Language: Dutch

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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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