Slutkonference på Christiansborg 29. januar 2014


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Bikeability_Final_Conference


 

WP4 report: Bike Infrastructures

A report from workpackage 1 -Bike Infrastructures – is now available.

The report presents a methodology and tools for mapping and evaluating the potential benefits of the implementation of bicycle infrastructure. The results will help to better understand what characteristics from a bicycle infrastructure are relevant to enhance cycling. Consequently, the findings will also help urban designers and planners to develop more effective bicycle infrastructures.

 

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Authors: VICTOR ANDRADE CARNEIRO DA SILVA, HENRIK HARDER, OLE BENT JENSEN and JENS OVERGAARD MADSEN

The site is now working, but some content is still missing

Dear Bikers,

Bikeability.dk is still suffering from a resent  hacker attack.

We have now managed to stabilize and secure the site, but some content – that is all links to internal, uploaded material – are still out of order. Sorry.

External links work.

We are working to reestablish the internal links.

Cheers Hans

Final Bikeability conference (in Danish): January 29, 2014

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The Bikeability project has come to an end. By the end of 2013 it is over.

All scientific and strategic assignments have been met. Final reporting – as well as popular and scientific dissemination – are in their final phases.

The conference of the project will be hosted by the Danish Parliament. The Danish minister of Transport, Pia Olsen Dyhr will open the conference.

Presentations made by the Projects principal researchers will be followed by a discussion of strategic implications of the findings with appointed MP’s including Benny Engelbrecht, chair of the parliaments’ Transport Committee.

Due to the strategic targeting of the conference, it will be conducted in Danish.

See the detailed, Danish program and endroll form of the conference here.

Check! The third yearly Bikeability seminar was conducted on Feb 26 2013

Nearly 60 planners, managers, consultants and researchers  attented the third yearly seminar on the Bikeablity project. A main focus of the event was to start up the work on the coming knowledge portal for bicycle knowledge for Danish planners and managers. Follow the development at www.cykelviden.dk.
The seminar was conducted in Danish.
The seminar was sponsered by:
Interviews with planners and researcher were cought on video, and will be distributed soon at www.cykelviden.dk.
Slides are available here:
Hans Skov-Petersen
Thomas A. Sick Nielsen, Trine A. Carstensen og Anton S. Olafsson
Anton Stahl Olafsson
Trine Agervig Carstensen, Anton Stahl Olafsson og Thomas Sick Nielsen
Thomas Madsen
Suzanne Elizabeth Vedel, Hans Skov-Petersen og Jette Bredahl Jacobsen
Jette Bredahl Jacobsen og Hans Skov-Petersen
Hans Skov-Petersen og Henrik Meilby
Annette Jerup Jørgensen

Bikeability at University of California, Santa Barbara

Hans Skov-Petersen presented the Bikeability project for the faculty at the Department of Geography at University of California, Santa Barbara on Thursday January 24 2013.

See the announcement here.

Download the slides (PDF) here.

Bikeability seminar February 26, 2013 (in Danish only)

On February 26, 2013 we are conducting our yearly seminar on the progress and results of the Bikeability project. It will be target at Danish planners and the future exchange of knowledge among planners and researchers in the field of bicycle planning. Accordingly the seminar will be conducted in Danish (Sorry, all you foreign guys and girls  ).

Check out the link to the program here…

The seminar is an early step towards a web-based platform for dissemination of bicycle-knowledge (Cykelviden 2.0).

Public midterm seminar conducted on December 1, 2011

On December 1 2011 the Bikeability project hosted it’s midterm seminar. 85 persones attended – out of which some 60 came from various state- and municipal institutions, NGO’s and private firms.

The detailed program has previously been published - downloaded here.

Download PDF’s of the presentation made during the course here:

 

Bernhard Snizek on stage

 

Thomas Madsen performing

We did it: PhD course Cycling and Society.

Last week we conducted a PhD course – ‘cycling and Society’ with 15 highly motivated students from 10 different countries. It was a great group to work with. Thanks a lot, you fine young people.

If approval can be obtained from the contributors, PDF’s of the presentation made during the course will soon be published here.

The detailed program has previously been published - download here.

The students are obliged to hand in manuscripts synthesizing their work in relation to the theme of the course. With the consent of the students, abstracts of their work will be published here.

PhD course: Cycling and Society, 2011

The Dutch Reference Study

The Netherlands have a tradition of high bicycle usage and a long history of research on effective policies for promoting cycling. This report discusses a number of Dutch case studies on the effects of investments in bicycle infrastructure. The reviewed studies include the three ‘classical’ cases in the 20th century: rather large investments in the cities of Tilburg, The Hague and Delft that were evaluated extensively by before and after studies. Other, smaller and more recent cases include the evaluation of shared space, a bicycle street, and interurban highways for cyclists. A general conclusion is that policies can be effective in sustaining high levels of cycling and strengthening cycling culture.

Download report Dutch cases.pdf (4.1 MB)

Author: Van Goeverden, C.D. · Godefrooij, T.
Faculty: Civil Engineering and Geosciences
Department: Transport & Planning
Type: External Research Report
Date: 2011-10-27
Publisher: Delft University of Technology
ISSN: 2212-0491
ISBN: 9789078271079
Keywords: bicycle infrastructure · case study review
Rights: (c) 2011 Van Goeverden, C.D. · Godefrooij, T.