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Friday, April 10, 2015

Traffic Crossing of the Future

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An almost real-life demonstration shows how special sensors can be used to warn drivers of cyclists suddenly and unexpectedly crossing the road.

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Bicycle parking at Delft Station

The city of Delft has a new railway station, which includes of course a new underground bicycle parking with space for 5,000 bicycles. 

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Mobility and Behaviour: a new book for traffic professionals

This book contains practical and theoretical information for anyone professionally involved in the area of traffic, transportation and mobility.

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The Hague solves its city-centre bicycle parking problems

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According to Mister Tom de Bruijn, aldermen responsible for traffic in the city of The Hague, the shortage of bicycle parking space in the centre of the city will soon be resolved.

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E-bicycle projects sharpen their target group segmentation

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Specific targets groups like home care workers and students in secondary and higher education.

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Super-sized bicycle parking at Amsterdam Central Station

A big underground bicycle parking is planned on the south of Amsterdam Central Station, with place for 7,000 bicycles. 

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The International Cargo Bike Festival on 18 and 19 of April in Nijmegen (NL)

The world's biggest event for cargo and family bikes is to be held for the fourth time in the Netherlands.     

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VeloCity Nantes, 2-5 June 2015

The Dutch Cycling Embassy will take part in VeloCity, the world cycling conference, in Nantes. 

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Cycling in Australia: The Dutch way

From 13 to 25 March 2015, two cycling experts from the Dutch Cycling Embassy visited Australia. They had been invited by the Australian Cycling Promotion Fund. 

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Opportunities for the Dutch cycling industry in Colombia

The results of a fact finding mission to explore opportunities for the Dutch cycling industry in Colombia will be announced shortly on April 20 at the RVO office in Utrecht followed by a discussing of the possibilties. Please feel free to come!

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Wold Cycle Asia Show in Taiwan

Rob van der Bijl (GoDutchCycling) represented the Dutch Cycling Embassy at the Asia Cycle Forum in Taipei at March 19 and 20. 

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Veloberlin 2015 - a celebration of everyday cycling

The Netherlands has shown how the bicycle can contribute to a sustainable urban mobility.

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US Mayors on Bicycle

From 12 to 15 January 2015, three Dutch cycling experts were in Miami for a Thinkbike workshop, an initiative of the Consulate General of the Netherlands.

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The Dutch Cycling Embassy moves to Delft

As from 1 May 2015, the Dutch Cycling Embassy is moving its offices from Utrecht to Delft. 

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Dutch Cycling Embassy

Hooghiemstraplein 140
3514 AZ Utrecht
The Netherlands

T: +31 30 23 04 521
info@dutchcycling.nl

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