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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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Helsinki Design Manual for Bicycle Traffic and Parking
CROW Fietsberaad Knowledge Base
CROW-Fietsberaad aims at the development, dissemination and exchange of practice-oriented knowledge about bicycle policy. The website includes the renowned Design manual for bicycle traffic (updated 2016) available for purchase. English language resources are available via the search filter.
Existing and Prospective Cycling Lanes in Riga
Riga City Development Cycling Concept 2015-2030
Riga's Traffic Department developed the cycling development concept created in collaboration with the association "Latvian cyclist association". The concept is based on three main directions of development: Cycling infrastructure; Cycling planning and management; Cycling promotion and education. The concept includes an action plan and a possible financial model for the construction of cycling infrastructure for 2016-2018.
Cadiz Draft Bicycle Plan
"Do's & Don'ts" for Successful Implementation of Cycling Policies This document presents the conclusions of the EU CHAMP project which ran from 2011-2014 and examined the implementation of cycling initiatives in 7 cities across Europe. Why do some European cities have a much higher share of cycling compared to other cities with the same characteristics? This is one of the main questions the CHAMP project addressed. By looking at counterparts in Europe and analysing successes and...
Focus on Cycling - Copenhagen’s Guidelines for Bicycle Infrastructure
Copenhagen’s guidelines for bicycle infrastructure is described in detail in the publication Focus on Cycling. This includes intersection design, bicycle track width, signage, bicycle parking, maintenance.