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BiciBus â an Innovative Alternative to the Car, Reggio Emilia, Italy
Several years ago, a survey showed that two thirds of all children in Reggio Emilia were brought to school by car. To reduce this number and to encourage students, parents and teachers to cycle to school, the municipality initiated the BiciBus.
Green wave for cyclists and pedestrians in Graz, Austria
To reduce waiting times for cyclists and pedestrians, the city of Graz has renewed and updated its system of pelican crossings (traffic light controlled crossings). At one crossing in the centre of Graz, cars and not pedestrians or cyclists have to be sensed by the signal controller in order for the traffic lights to turn green for them.
Safe river crossing of Vistula for pedestrians and cyclists in Krakow (Poland)
In 2008 a new footbridge was built over the river Vistula. The course of the bridge is parallel to a bridge carrying dense car traffic within a ring-road of Krakow. The new construction separates walkers and cyclists from motorised transport, thereby securing greater comfort for non-motorised transport participants.
âCycle and Winâ rewards cycling in the Netherlands
Fietsberaad, the knowledge centre on cycling management in the Netherlands, has developed a reward system, Fiets-en-Win (Cycle and Win), as a new marketing tool to encourage the use of the bicycle. Cyclists who use a free guarded bicycle shed in the cities of Apeldoorn or Eindhoven, can win prizes. Other municipalities or provinces are encouraged to implement this system too.
âRadhouseâ - a new type of bicycle storage, Austria
âRadhouseâ is an innovative form of bicycle parking that combines the benefits of secure storage with environmental friendly solar electricity, and at the same time it is very space efficient . Stored in the Radhouse the bicycle is well protected against weather and theft and batteries can be charged. The âRadhouseâ provides storage and charging for 5 e-bikes all in th space taken by 1 parked car.
The âScrap Bicycle Artsâ Project in Rostock (Germany)
Every year the Office for Environment Protection in Rostock collects broken and abandoned bicycles for overhaul and rebuild. However, some of these bicycles are just too decrepit to use again. In 2010, a new project, âScrap bicycle artsâ started to use these âun-repairableâ scrap bicycles by organising a competition to turn these scrap bicycles into art.
BikeMi, Milanâs cycle hire scheme (Italy)
is a public cycle hire system launched in Milan in late 2008. Managed by the Milanese public transport operator ATM and Clear Channel, it was introduced to increase the number of bike users for short trips within the city, and facilitate the integration with public transport. The service operates 365 days a year, from 7 am to 11 pm.
Pedelec Testing for senior citizens in Graz (Austria)
In the context of the EU project Active Access a pedelec test was carried out in Graz, Austria in August 2010. 20 locals aged between 45 and 70 years had the opportunity to experience the benefits of a pedelec in their daily life for a whole week. The test activity aimed to find out how middle-aged & senior people use a pedelec for their trips (especially shopping and leisure time trips) and what kind of advantages and disadvantages arose.
Performances of the play (âYouâd better use your feetâ) to promote mobility in Navarra (Spain)
To increase awareness of environmental and individual and collective health problems caused by motorised mobility, the environmental agency CRANA has produced a play, the purpose of which, through humour and interaction with the public, is to get the audience to internalise environmentally responsible values and change their behaviour.
Free check-ups and maintenance workshops to promote cycling as an everyday and safe alternative mode of transport in Navarra (Spain)
A survey conducted among teenagers on the main reasons for their not using bicycles on a regular basis showed that maintenance problems were one of the major motives, as well as a cause of accidents. Free check-ups and maintenance workshops were designed and organised to counteract this trend.