The Policy Learning Platform is offering you a series of webinars to share insights and recommendations on how to support cities and regions in designing policies to foster urban cycling.
Join us for the second webinar of our cycling cities series on 28 January from 14:00 to 15:30 PM. We will focus on infrastructure development for cycling.
Participants will get to know more about this topic from professionals with first-hand experience on forging forward-looking solutions for implementing, constructing, and expanding a user-friendly cycling infrastructure.
What you can expect
We have invited experts in the field to share their experiences and recommendations with you:
- Meredith Glaser, PhD candidate and project manager at the Urban Cycling Institute (University of Amsterdam), will give a keynote speech on quality criteria for future cycling infrastructure (CYCLEWALK)
- Indrek Ranniku, manager at the City of Tartu Department of Urban Planning and Land management will share insights into planning and construction of cycling roads in Tartu (OptiTrans)
- Rose Power from the Southern Regional Assembly will speak about cycle and ride infrastructure associated with Luas Light Rail (MATCH-UP)
- Isabel Garnika, Policy Officer at the Environmental Studies Centre of the Vitoria-Gasteiz City Council, on the new smart network of secure parking for bicycles in Vitoria-Gasteiz (INTENSIFY)
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