The Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform is back with two fresh webinars within the extremely successful cycling cities webinar series launched in January 2021. We continue exploring the potential of bicycles to shape the zero-emission future of urban mobility in Europe.
We kick-off on 16 September 2021 by focusing on cargo bikes for the last mile and we continue on 23 September to assess the costs and benefits of bicycle versus car use.
Both webinars are meant to showcase inspiring experiences and good practices from the Interreg Europe community, 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. The cargo-bike session will be more practice-oriented, while the cost-benefit comparison will be more abstract, but nonetheless full of relevance for policy making.
Why two sessions?
Because we will want to dive deep into subtopics that raised interest during the first three cycling cities webinars 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 climate neutrality.
You can sign up for a single session but we look forward to seeing you in both! Sign up for each session by clicking on the link(s) below:
- Cycling cities IV: Cargo bikes for the last mile on 16 September 2021 from 14:00 to 16:30 PM
- Cycling cities V: Cost-benefit comparisons of bicycles versus cars for policy makers on 23 September 2021 from 14:00 to 15:30 PM
Past cycling cities webinars
On the 20th of January 2022 the Public Investment Development Agency ( VIPA), organized the fourth stakeholder group meeting ...
The public authorities in the Bucharest Ilfov Region continue to implement the initiatives regarding the development of sustainable mobility.
Extremadura is organizing its first stakeholders meeting since the start of the additional activities. It will be held online next Wednesday, January 26.