Infrastructure and Services
Even leading cycling cities have difficult routes and missing or indirect parts of their network which are expensive to fix, often being caused by rivers, railways and roads. One-off and costly infrastructure is particularly important to get right, and this can be optimised by using data and modelling which includes consideration of cycling flows and desire lines.
Getting over obstacles in cycling cities
Our partners will take lessons the behind successfully managing and implementing projects to address different types of cycling gap and impediment, learning from our leading cities of Amsterdam and Copenhagen.