The Policy Learning Platform is organizing a webinar trilogy to share insights on how to support cities and regions in designing policies to foster urban cycling.
This series of three webinars will be spread out over three consecutive weeks and will take you on an exciting journey on how to really transform our cities into cycling cities.
We kick-off the series on 21 January 2021 by focusing on strategic planning for cycling. We continue on 28 January for delving into infrastructure development for cycling and we conclude on 4 February by shedding light on strategies for getting more people to cycle.
Each webinar is meant to showcase inspiring experiences and good practices from Interreg Europe and to provide guidance and recommendations backed by real-life solutions from cities and regions across the continent. You will have the chance to engage with our experts who will answer your questions.
Why three sessions? Because we will dive deep into each specific subtopic and explain into detail what certain cities and regions are already doing to turn cycling into a core pillar of urban mobility, thereby improving air quality and making sure that transport contributes to the goals of the European Green Deal and the Paris Agreement.
You can sign up for a single session but we look forward to seeing you in all three! Sign up for each session by clicking on the link(s) below:
- Cycling Cities I - Strategic planning for cycling: 21 January 2021 - watch the recording.
- Cycling Cities II – Infrastructure Development: 28 January 2021 from 14:00 to 15:30 PM
- Cycling Cities III – Getting more people to cycle: 4 February 2021 from 14:00 to 15:30 PM
Image credit: Photo by Flo Maderebner from Pexels
Watch the recording on strategic planning for cycling, the first webinar of the cycling cities webinar series that was held on 21 January 2021.
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