Velo-city 2013 - Wien

The Sound of Cycling

Die Velo-city 2013 Konferenz wurde vom 11.-14. Juni 2013 in Wien veranstaltet. "Das Motto "The Sound of Cycling-Urban Cycling Cultures" lockte mehr als 1400 Delegierte von allen Kontinenten nach Wien, um an der bisher größte Radkonferenz aller Zeiten teilzunehmen.




Die Vorträge zum Nachlesen

Creative Bicycle Parking Solutions

Creative Cycle Parking Solutions
Anthony Lau, Cyclehoop, United Kingdom

Meine Fahrradgarage: Future Bicycle Parking in the City
Herbert Bork, stadtland GmbH, Austria
Wencke Hertzsch, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

Flex-parking: Bicycles and Cars can Share the Same Parking

Niels Hoé, HOE360 Consulting, Denmark

Cycling Cities in Southern and Eastern Europe

The Bicycle Boom in Serbia
Mirko Radovanac, Yugo Cycling Campaign, Serbia

Who Thinks of Budapest as a Cycling City?
David Vitezy, Virág Bencze-Kovács, BKK Centre for Budapest Transport, Hungary

How to Push Through Traffic Calming Measures in a Car- Oriented City: The Case of Prague‘s District Karlín
Tomas Cach, City of Prague, Czech Republik

Cycling: Mass Culture or Subculture?

Cycling Histories and Cycling Cultures in Europe in the 20th Century
Anne-Katrin Ebert, Technical Museum Vienna, Austria

Shift Happens! Critical Mass at 20
Daniel Mourek, Nadace Partnerstvi, Czech Republic
LisaRuth Elliot, Critical Mass 20th Anniversary Welcome
Committee, USA

Mass Culture, Subcultures and Multiculturalism: How Theory Can Help us Understand Cycling Practice
Peter Cox, University of Chester, United Kingdom

Designing Better Bicycle Infrastructure

What do you get for € 133 million?
Mia Stampe Lagergaard, Henrik Nejst, Danish Road
Directorate, Denmark

There is Always Room for Cycle Infrastructure!
Philip Loy, London Cycling Campaign, United Kingdom

Can a City be Successful without Segregated Infrastructure? Brussels is Proving Sceptics Wrong
Ulric Schollaert, Ministry of the Brussels Region, Belgium

Global Bicycle Policies and Cultures

Bicycle Transportation in a Developing Economy
Osita Benjamin Chidoka, Corps Marshal and Chief Executive,
Federal Road Safety Corps, Nigeria

Active Transport Master Plan for Tema and Ashaiman in the Greater Accra Region in Ghana
Magnus Lincoln Quarshie, Delin Consult Limited, Ghana
James Amoo Gottfried, Ministry of Roads and Highways, Ghana
Tom Godefrooij, Dutch Cycling Embassy, Netherlands

Tell Us What You Do With Your Bike: The Identikit of the Italian Cyclist in the First National Survey of Italian Cyclists
Andrea Scagni, FIAB, Italy

Health Benefits and Cycling Economy

Can the Economic Quantification of the Health Benefits of Cycling Support Changes in Policy and Practice? (HEAT) for Cycling
Christian Schweizer, World Health Organization, Switzerland
Nick Cavill, Cavill Associates, United Kingdom
Robert Thaler, Federal Ministry of Environment, Austria

An Economic Analysis of Passive Versus Active Mobility
Bas de Geus, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
John Parkin, London South Bank University, United Kingdom
Harry Rutter, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom

The 6 Billion Euro Campaign: How to Get More EU Co-Funding for Cycling Between 2014–2020
Adam Bodor, ECF, Belgium/Hungary

How to Keep the Helmet Debate Constructive

The Bicycle Helmet Discussion: How can we Keep it Constructive?
Sue Knaup, One Street, USA
Käthi Diethelm, Ceri Woolsgrove, ECF, Belgium

Conference Opening: The Sound of Cycling. Urban Cycling Cultures

Philippe Crist, OECD International Transport Forum, France

Campaigns and Cycling Initiatives

UWSA Ice Riders take on Winnipeg: How one University Cycling Initiative is Making Strides in North America’s Harshest Climate
Daniel DeGagné, University of Winnipeg, Canada

The Bicycle Store as Community Hub: How For-profit Social Enterprise Supports Itself by Nurturing Growth and Diversity in Local Bicycle Culture
Michael Bennington, Forth Floor Distribution, Canada
Beth Savan, University of Toronto, Canada

Untold Kings of a Growing Online Bicycle Community: Convert Online Communities into Offline Critical Mass
Cosmin Popan,, Romania

The Female Body Image in Public Space: Stories of Women Learning to Ride Bicycles in Santiago, Chile‘s Bici Mujer Project
Patricia Vargas, Macleta, Chile

Inspiring Young People to Cycle. The ADFC Youth Bicycle Festival
Roland Huhn, ADFC, Germany

Love London Go Dutch: Why are Dutch Standards important for Cycling Policy Development in other Cities and Countries?
Roelof Wittink, Marjolein de Lange, Dutch Cycling Embassy, Netherlands

Urban Cycling Cultures

From the Seed to the Forest: The Birth of New Cycling Cultures in Vienna
Alec Hager, Chairman Radlobby IG Fahrrad, Spokesman of Radlobby Austria

Bicycle Choreography: How Remastering Our Cities Through Design Can Transform and Modernise Our Urban Culture
Mikael Colville Andersen, CEO Copenhagenize Consulting, Denmark


Planning for People! Cycling as Part of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans
Jörg Thiemann-Linden, Difu, Germany
Bernard Gyergyay, Siegfried Rupprecht, Rupprecht Consult, Germany

A Kaleidoscopic View on Cycle Use

Lessons Learned Through Training Immigrant Women in the Netherlands to Cycle
Angela van der Kloof, Mobycon, Netherlands

Diversity of Cycle Policies
Ida Sabelis, VU University, Netherlands

A Diversity of Machines
Peter Cox, University of Chester, United Kingdom

Chances, Difficulties and Special Needs of older Cyclists
Carmen Hagemeister, University of Dresden, Germany

A Route Map for Cycle Tourism

Linkage and Promotion: The Way We Create Cycling Cities in Taiwan
Hsin Wen Chang, Hung Nien Hsieh, Chung Hua University, Taiwan

Releasing the Potential of Danish Cycle Tourism: A Collaborative Effort Across Sectors and Industries
Jesper Pørksen, Danish Cyclists‘ Federation, Denmark

Classification of ADFC Premium Cycle Routes: The Story of a Qualification Process
Wolfgang Richter, Raimund Jennert, ADFC, Germany
Mandy Schwalbe-Rosenow, Büro Radschlag GbR, Germany

Are E-Bikes a Smart Solution?

E-Bikes Included! Experiences and Strategies of Smart (E-) Cyclists
Sandra Wegener, Michael Meschik, University of Natural
Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, Austria

Reviving Public Transportation in Rural Areas by Linking Express Buses and Electric Bikes
Caterina Kaup, University of Applied Sciences Wismar, Germany

E-Bicycles: Benefit or Risk? Results from the Projekt SEEKING - SAFE E-BIKING
Peter Saleh, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria

Can‘t We All Just Get Along? Resolving the Walking- Cycling Conflict

Interactions Between Pedestrians and Cyclists: How to Solve Emerging Conflicts
Alberto Castro, Sustainable Mobility Consultant, Austria


Cycling Advocacy: Cycling Against Boundaries

Volunteers of Cycling Advocacy: Cycling Against Boundaries!
Ana Pereira, MUBi – Associação pela Mobilidade Urbana em
Bicicleta, Portugal

San Jose Bike Party: A Convergence of Bicycle Cultures
John Brazil, City of San Jose, USA

Mental Barriers in Cycling Politics and Planning: Ideas and Solutions for Bicycle Advocates
Mirko Javurek, i fahrrad Oberösterreich, Austria
Tadej Brezina, Radlobby Niederösterreich, Austria
Heidi Schmitt, Argus Styria Radlobby, Austria

Cycling & Identity

Belgium Cycle Chic Interventions: Marketing Events to Promote City Cycling
Benedicte Swennen, Bond Better Leefmilieu, Belgium

The Bicycle Movement in Hungary and its Effect on Daily Transportation in Budapest
János László, Áron Halász, Hungarian Cyclists‘ Club, Hungary

Ciclopaseos del Ecuador
Diego Puente Corral, CiclóPolis, Ecuador

Frocks on Bikes: Mainstreaming Women‘s Cycling

Women and Bicycles: A Historical Perspective
Bente Knoll, Consulting Office of Sustainable Development, Austria

Frocks on Bikes: Mainstreaming Women‘s Cycling in New Zealand
Christina Bellis, Sustainability Trust, New Zealand

The Pottering Phenomenon: The Feminization of Bicycling in Japan?
Peter Smith, Utsunomiya University, Japan

It Pays to Be Smart: The Benefits of Cycling

Bike to Work = Money in the Bank for Society
Jens Loft Rasmussen, Danish Cyclists‘ Federation, Denmark

The Effects of Cycling to Work on Well-being: Evidence from Italian Cities
Luca Stanca, University of Milan, Italy

Can a New Standardised Cost-Benefit-Analysis Tool Push Cycling Projects and Promotion to a New Level?
Christian Gruber, Gerald Röschel, ZIS-P Transportplanning, Austria

Lightning Talks

Public Transport and Bicycles: Can a City be Top Class in Both?
Alain Groff, Florian Mathys, City of Basel, Switzerland

How Can Bikes and Public Transport Ideally Benefit From Each Other? Positive Experience and Different Perspectives From Urban Switzerland
Julian Baker, Kontextplan AG, Switzerland

Electrically-Assisted Bikes: A Way of Mainstreaming Cycling to Work?
Sally Cairns, TRL, United Kingdom

Public Participation and Cycling Policy: A (Social) Media Based Approach to Create New Cycling Cultures
Andrej Klemenc, REC Slovenia, Slovenia

Qualifications of Bicycle Teachers and Teaching Assistants
Christine Rhodes, Christian Burmeister, Verband der Radfahrer moveo ergo sum, Germany

Are Cyclists Good Customers?
Marie Kåstrup, City of Copenhagen, Denmark

Can we Reach a 75 % Modal Share for Cycling? And Do We Want To? Experiences from CHAMP Cycling Cities Groningen, Bolzano, and Örebro
Vincent Meerschaert, Traject Mobility Management, Belgium

,Haute Couture‘ Bicycle and Marketing Mix: An Innovative Method to Promote a Bicycle Sharing System in Bordeaux
Annie-Claude Sebban, Velophonie, France

Shopping by Bike: A Large Potential for Sustainability
Heidi Schmitt, Stephan Landgraf, Argus Styria Radlobby, Austria

Leaving the Red Lights Behind! Green Waves for Cyclists in Congested Cities
Felix Beyer, Rosinak & Partner ZT GmbH, Austria

Marriage Counseling: How Bicycles and Public Transport Can Make It Work

Bicycles and Tramways. Can They Coexist Without Problems?
Roland Pfeiffer, City of Berne, Switzerland

Cycling Initiatives by the Innsbruck Transport Authority IBV
Thomas Hillebrand, Innsbruck Transport Authority, Austria

Bicycles and Public Transportation in Prague: Combining Various Forms of Mobility
Tomáš Prousek, Pragues Integrated Transport Authority, Czech Republic

Pedestrians & Cyclists: Partners or Adversaries

Partners or Adversaries? Pacifying the Conflict Between Cyclists and Pedestrians: A Controversial Issue
Bernadette-Julia Felsch, City of Munich, Germany

Stadtviertelkonzept Nahmobilität: How Citizens Can Participate in Planning Neighbourhoods for Pedestrians and Cyclists
Paul Bickelbacher, Paul Bickelbacher Transport Planning, Germany

Breaking Mental Barriers

The Fear of Cycling: Why Do People Think Cycling is Dangerous, and What Can We Do About It?
Dave Horton, Sociologist and writer, United Kingdom

The Relationship Between Physical Fitness, Executive Functions, and Intelligence
Sabine Kubesch, Human Biologist, Director of Mind, Brain and Sports, Institut Bildung plus, Germany

Cycling is a City Changer

Towards a Smarter Future: Cycling is a City Changer
Maria Vassilakou, Deputy Mayor City of Vienna, Austria

Developing a Cycling Culture in the City of Munich: Ideas, Successful Approaches and Challenges for the Future
Hep Monatzeder, Deputy Mayor City of Munich, Germany

Mobility and Sustainability: The Role of Cycling in Addressing Key Urban Challenges
Shipra Narang Suri, Vice-President, International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP), India

Regional Development and European Cooperation: The Future of Cycling Tourism

The Booming Business of Cycling-Friendly Service Schemes: Is Cooperation at a European Level necessary? If so, is it Possible to Establish a European Standard?
Daniel Mourek, Nadace Partnerstvi, Czech Republic


Round tables

Sharing Multi-use and Cycling Infrastructures With Personal Mobility Devices
Jean-François Bruneau, Université de Sherbrooke, Canada

A Closer Look at Bicycle Culture: Is Austria Really so Different From the Netherlands?
Martijn Kiers, David Suppan, FH Joanneum, Austria

Smart Cycling

How 1800 Volunteers Built an Online, Free-to-use Bicycle Route Planner in the Netherlands
Bas Hendriksen, Fietsersbond Utrecht, Netherlands

Realistic Micro Simulation of Bicycle Traffic. Improving the Simulation of Cyclist Behavior in the Software Program VISSIM
Niels Tørsløv, City of Copenhagen, Denmark
Rasmus Albrink, COWI A/S, Denmark

ITS Vienna Region, and VAO

Klaus Heimbuchner, ITS Vienna Region, Austria

The Fast Lane to Cycle Super Highways

Cycle Super Highways: An International Overview and a User-Based Approach to Defining Desired Quality Standards
Michael Koucky, Koucky & Partners AB, Sweden

Cycle Super Highways: The Dutch Fiets Filevrij Method

Sjors van Duren, Arnhem Nijmegen City Region, Netherlands
Martijn te Lintelo, Municipality of Nijmegen, Netherlands
Wim Bot, Dutch Cyclists‘ Union, Netherlands

The Next Cycling Cities

Championing Cycling in the Car-Mad Balkans: How to Remain a Living Laboratory for Shared Space? The Case of Shkodra
Entela Shkreli, GO2 ngo, Albania
Nektar Duma, Municipality of Shkodra, Albania

Planning for a Cycling Culture: The Story of Stavanger
Monica Johansen, City of Stavanger, Norway
Helmer Berre, Stavanger Chamber of Commerce, Norway


Trouble in Paradise

10 Cycling Mistakes of the Dutch and the Danes, and How You Can Avoid them!
Niels Tørsløv, City of Copenhagen, Denmark
Herbert Tiemens, Netherlands

A Tale of Three Aspiring Cycling Cities

Presenting Nantes: Velo-city 2015
Hadrien Bedok, City of Nantes, France

10% Less Car Traffic in 10 Years: How Can Basel‘s Transport Policy Achieve it? How Drastic Does Transport Policy Need to Be?
Hans-Peter Wessels, Canton Basel City, Switzerland

Strenghts and Challenges of Cycling in Historic Cities: The Case of Florence, Italy
Valerio Parigi, Fiab, Italy

Are E-bikes the Future or a Trojan Horse

Is the E-Bike a Trojan Horse? The Implications of the Rise of Electric Bicycles
Walter Vogt, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Ruud Ditewig, Municipality of Utrecht, Netherlands
Ton Daggers, IBC, Netherlands

Electric Bicycles and the New Frontier of Urban Cycling: Four Years of E-Bike Development Policies in Chambery
Nicolas Mercat, Inddigo-Altermodal, France

Aspern: A CityLab on Bicycles and Large Scale Urban Develpoment in Vienna

Cycling in Aspern: A CityLab About the Creation of a Modern Bicycle Policy in a New Urban Development.
Claudia Nutz, Wien3420 Aspern Development AG, Austria

Back to the Future: Cycle Logistics and Advanced Sustainability

Reality & Vision: Using Cargo Bikes for Last Mile City Centre Logistics
Rob King, Outspoken Delivery, United Kingdom

Shopping by Cycle Can be Amazingly Easy with SPAR‘s Bike&Buy Campaigns in Vienna and Graz
Susanne Wrighton, FGM-Amor, Austria
Franz Hoelzl, Spar Salzburg, Austria

Are Cargo Bikes Compatible with Conventional Transport Modes as Delivery Vans in the Urban Area?
Ton Daggers, IBC, Netherlands

Move 25 % of Goods by Cycle in European Cities
Randy Rzewnicki, European Cyclists‘ Federation, Belgium

Creating Remarkable Cycling Campaigns

Karma on the Cycle Tracks: Results From a Campaign to Promote Good Cyclist Behavior
Line Groot, City of Copenhagen, Denmark

From the Brand to the Campaign: Effective Marketing to Promote Cycling
Martin Blum, Mobility Agency Vienna, Austria

Too Small for Cycling Promotion? Successful Model Strategies in Small and Medium Sized Swiss Cities
Julian Baker, Kontextplan AG, Switzerland

Cycling and Urban Development: A Political Podium Discussion

Cykelvänlig Arbetsplats

Anneli Hulthén, Mayor and Chairman of the City Executive in Gothenburg, Sweden

Cycling: An Indispensable Tool of Sustainable Urban Development. The Case of Gdañsk
Maciej Lisicki, Deputy Mayor of Gdañsk, Poland

The Gradual Systematic Approach of Ljubljana to Reverse urban Sprawl and Make Cycling Part of the City‘s DNA
Janez Koželj, Vice Mayor Ljubljana, Slovenia
Blaz Lokar, ZaMestoPoDveh, Slovenia

Cycling is Central in Central Europe

Current Challenges in Urban Cycling in Serbia: The Case of Novi Sad
Vladimir Mrkajic, Civil Society Organization Novi Sad Cycling Initiative, Serbia

Cycling is Central: Transnational Ideas, Projects, and Experiences from Central MeetBike, National and Local Bicycle Promotion
Radomíra Jordová, Transport Research Centre Brno, Czech Republic
Gerd-Axel Ahrens, Dresden Technical University, Germany

Getting Ready for Velo-city 2014: Adelaide

Taking a Citizen-Centric Approach to Creating a Cycle- Friendly State
Rod Hook, Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure South Australia, Australia

Is the Niche Market of Cycle Tourism Appropiate for Your Community? Success Stories from Australia
Christian Haag, Bicycle South Australia, Australia

How Safe is Cycling

Public Health Costs of Road Safety
Christopher Peck, CTC, the national cycling charity, United Kingdom

Don‘t Drink and Ride: Alcohol, Cycling and the Consequences
Christian Juhra, University Hospital Münster, Germany

Increasing Cycle Safety at Urban Intersections
Jean Emmanuel Bakaba, German Insurance Association, Germany

Infrastructure: Design and Maintenance

Exploring the Planning And Designing of Cycle Infrastructure Through the Use of a Graphical Framework. The Wellington Case Study
Jack Jiang, AECOM, New Zealand

Maintaining Bicycle Traffic During Major Road Construction Projects
Vinzenz Saurugger, ZIS+P Transportplanning. Austria

Cyclists and Road Work Zones
Hillie Talens, Crow, Ede, Netherlands

Let the People Ride: Public Bike Sharing Schemes

From Vienna to Paris and Beyond: Developing Self- Service Bicycles to Accelerate Urban Biking Practice and Sustainable Mobility
Albert Asséraf, JC Decaux, France

Citybike Wien: One of the Oldest and Most Modern Public Bicycle Sharing Systems
Hans Erich Dechant, Gewista Werbe GmbH, Austria

Bubi® or Not to Be? Preparing and Launching the Bike Sharing Scheme for Budapest. Curiosities and lessons learnt
László Vértesy, BKK Centre for Budapest Transport, Hungary
Virág Bencze-Kovács, BKK, Centre for Budapest Transport Hungary
Péter Dalos, Trenecon-Cowi Consulting and Planning Ltd, Hungary

Lightning Talks

Sustainable Web Solutions for Cycling Tourism: How to Ensure Integration and Cooperation Between Different Technical Approaches
Ed Lancaster, European Cyclists‘ Federation, Belgium

Justifying Investments of EuroVelo Routes Through Monitoring, Evaluation, and Impact Assessment: Is a European Standard for Comparison Possible?
Christian Weinberger, ecoplus, Austria

Bicicletas Integradas de Bogotá
Diego Altana Espinosa, BiBo, Colombia

Cycling Tourism and Public Transport Systems in South Tyrol/Italy: A Challenge with Smart Solutions
Hugo Götsch, Südtirol Rad - Bici Altoadige, Italy

Cycle Tourism Using Pedelec in the Heritage Island of Okinawa
Hariuhiko Yamasaki, Ryukyukokusaikogyo Co Ltd, Japan
Hirotaka Koike, Utsonomiya Kyowa University, Japan

Rio‘s Cycling Culture: Strategies, Challenges, and Solutions for Integrating the Public and Private Sectors with Social Organisations
Maria Lucia Navarro, City of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Can Transport be Both Sustainable and Profitable? Combining Bicycles and Diesel-Powered Vehicles in Logistics that Act as Advanced Warehouses
Julio Loureiro, Unigranrio, Brazil

Why Local and Regional Authorities are Driving Cycle Culture Forward in France in the Départements & Régions Cyclables
Camille Thomé, Départements & Régions cyclables, France

Cyclists Accidents in Limited One-Way Streets in Brussels

Benoît Dupriez, Belgian Road Safety Institute, Belgium
Frederik Depoortere, Brussels Mobility, Belgium

Does a Reduction in Road Capacity Lead to a Reduction in the Traffic Volume?
Eoin O‘Mahony, AECOM, Ireland

Cycling Monitors, Cycling Campaigns: How Cities with Developing Cycle Cultures Can Launch and Evaluate Marketing Concepts and Campaigns
Thomas Möller, radplan nordost, Germany
Steffen Nozon, Hanseatic City of Rostock, Germany

Is there a usage difference between Biking and E-Biking?

Dominik Allemann & Prof. Dr. Martin Raubal, Chair of Geoinformation Engineering, ETH Zürich
Dipl.-Wirt-Ing. Moritz Meenen, ElectricFeel Mobility Systems GmbH, Zürich

No Bikes on the Balcony! Giving Bikes a Home

How Can We Implement Underground Bike Parking in Historic Cities? Lessons Learnt from Dutch Case Studies
Herbert Tiemens, Bestuur Regio Utrecht, Netherlands
Laura Kok, City of Utrecht, Netherlands

No Bikes on the Balcony: How to Improve the Quantity and Quality of Private Bike Parking in a High Density Cycling City
Antje Hammer, City of Basel, Switzerland

Stimulating Cycling Through Bicycle-Friendly Housing Projects
Michael Szeiler, Rosinak & Partner ZT GmbH, Austria
Markus Schuster, Herry Consult, Austria


Cycling Benefits

Legislation with benefits.The bicycle traffic policy of the Austrian Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology

Ursula Zechner, Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie, Austria

Cycling: The Best Investment for Combining Economic Benefits and Quality of Life
Manfred Neun, President ECF, Germany

Why You Want More than Money from the Bicycle Industry
Randy Neufeld, Director of SRAM Cycling Fund, USA

Round tables

Smart Upgrading of Cycling Infrastructure
Daniel Elias, nast consulting ZT GmbH, Austria

Mountain Biking In and Around the Alpine Capital Innsbruck
Eva Lang, Markus Mailer, Ferdinand
Pospischil, University of Innsbruck, Austria

Is Innsbruck Becoming the Cycling Capital of Austria?
Thomas Neyer, Markus Mailer, Ferdinand Pospischil, University of Innsbruck, Austria

Congestion - a strong argument for public transport and cycling in cities

Wolfgang Rauh, Austrian Federal Railways, Austria

Towards a Smart City

Establishing a Mobility Agency in Vienna: An Important Contribution to Greening Urban Mobility
Bernhard Engleder, City of Vienna, Austria

Zurich Invites You to Cycle: Zurich‘s New Bicycle Master Plan
Urs Walter, City of Zurich, Switzerland

Systematic Evaluation and Monitoring Approaches for Cycling Programmes: The Bicycle Master Plan of Zurich and the Cycling in Switzerland Programme of

Thomas Götschi, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Lukas Stadtherr, Swiss Mobility/Velobüro Olten, Switzerland

Master Plan „Bicycle Traffic in Munich“: Implementation and
First Results

Elisabeth Zorn, City of Munich, Germany

Who Doesn‘t Like Carrots? Stimulating Positive Behaviour in Cyclists

Seducing Cyclists with B-Track-B: How to Stimulate Cycling with Modern Behavioural Economics
Troels Andersen, Municipality of Frederica, Denmark
Henk Hendriks, Fietsersbond, Netherlands

Why Young People Reject Cycling: A Pilot Study of Negative Factors and Proposed Measures to Increase Bike Use Among Youths
Martin Dolleschel, City of Basel, Switzerland

Alternative Realities and the Culture of Survival: Bicycles in Car-Dominated Environments


Witnessing the Golden Age of the Bicycle Kingdom Beijing. Bicycle Livelihoods and Urban Systems
Liman Zhao, Founder of Smarter Than Car Bejing, China

Cycling Promotion in a Car-Oriented Environment: Is the Peaceful Coexistence of Different Road Users Feasible in Cyberspace and in Real Life?
Piotr Kuropatwinski, University of Gdańsk, Poland

Carma: Compensate for the Bad Karma Generated by the Car
Pedro Ribeiro, Carma, Portugal


Central and Eastern Europe Cycling Strategies

Bicycle Planning as Part of a Sustainable Mobility Culture in Central and Eastern Europe: Skills and Competences
Matthias Grätz, Baltic Environmental Forum, Germany
Thomas Hefter, Institute for Social-ecological Research, Germany

Czech Cycling Cities and Czech National Cycling Strategy: Initiative of the Charter of Uherske Hradiste
Jaroslav Martinek, Radka Zakova, Centrum Dopravního výzkumu, Czech Republic

Changing Bicycle Cultures

Fresh Wind: The Cycling Strategy for Vorarlberg, Why Vorarlbergers Cycle Twice as Much as the Average Austrian?
Gernot Kiermayr, Vice Mayor of Bregenz, Austria
Martin Scheuermaier, Provicial Government of Vorarlberg, Austria

From Sidewalks to Main Streets: Changing Bicycle Usage Patterns in Japanese Cities
Hirotaka Koike, Utsunomiya Kyowa University, Japan

Towards a Culture of Excellence in Constructing Cycling Infrastructure in a Previously Car-Dominated City: How a Public Administration is Searching for New Standards in
Cycling Infrastructure and Working With User Groups

Bruno Coessens, Fietserbond, Belgium
Frederick Deporteere, Brussels Regional Government, Belgium

Kids on Bikes: The Future of Cycling

From Chaos to Order: The Role of the School Mobility Manager
Alessandro Meggiato, Municipality of Reggio Emilia, Italy

Escolas de Bicicletas - The Fantastic New Bicycle Schools of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Mikael Colville-Andersen, Copenhagenize Consulting, Denmark

Promoting Behaviour Change to Children by Engaging Parents as Decision Makers, Volunteers, and Cycle Champions. Experience and Evidence from Scotland
Nathan Kaczmarski, Cycling Scotland, United Kingdom


Lightning Talk

Cycling in Istanbul: Current Situation, Future Trends and Ways to Increase Ridership
Topuz Kiremitci, Technical University of Istanbul, Turkey

Vancouver Transportation 2040: Setting a New North American Standard for Cycling Facilities
Douglas Scott, City of Vancouver, Canada

Cycling as the Key to Urban Growth: The Case of Stockholm
Anton Västberg, WSP Sweden, Sweden

City of Antwerp: From a Car City to a Cycling City 2012
Kris Peeters, City of Antwerp, Belgium

Veröffentlicht am 27.05.2016