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:
Danish Center . . . → Read More: Check! The third yearly Bikeability semniar was conducted on Feb 26 2013
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 . . . → Read More: Bikeability at University of California, Santa Barbara
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 . . . → Read More: Bikeability seminar February 26, 2013 (in Danish only)
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:
Professor Gertrud Jørgensen, Introduction to the Bikeability project
Associate Professor Thomas . . . → Read More: Public midterm seminar conducted on December 1, 2011
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 . . . → Read More: We did it: PhD course Cycling and Society.
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 . . . → Read More: The Dutch Reference Study
Time: 1’st of December 2011: 9:00 - 17:00
Venue: Forest & Landscape Denmark, The Faculty of Life Sciences, Auditorium 1-01, Bülowsvej 17 - 1870 Frederiksberg C, Denmark
Free Registration here - including coffee/tea and a light lunch.
Full Program: . . . → Read More: Open seminar - join us to see the latest results from the project
An invitation to participate in WP1s representative survey of cycling in Denmark has been sent out to 5122 adults (age 15-75).
The survey combine an explanatory approach to travel behaviour with a Theory of Planned Behaviour scheme and include: transportation, cycling and activities; attitudes; perceived control, social norm; residential preferences; and finally background variables.
Packing of Bikeability . . . → Read More: WP1 representative survey out now!
Understanding cycling and the possibilities for cycling promotion to achieve societal goals.
November 28 – December 1 2011: Daily 9 AM – 5 PM
Hosted by the University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Life Sciences, Refolana Research School
Venue: Forest & Landscape Denmark, Rolighedsvej 23, DK-1958 Frederiksberg, Denmark
Download program here…
The course is . . . → Read More: PhD course: Cycling and Society
Copenhagenization in the Danish Capital
Following CNN’s Michael Quest’s quest in Copenhagen, featuring cycling culture here in Copenhagen the so called Copenhagenization, the national press quickly followed up on the hype and turned to what it really is all about: State of The Art Bicycling Research, also known as bikeability.dk.
As the videoclips and soundbites are in Danish, we . . . → Read More: Current Media Coverage - Mediedækning