Wed 17 Jun 2020
The European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) held a webinar today discussing the EU-funded City Changer Cargo Bike Project, which hopes to help cities realise the ‘enormous potential’ of cargo bikes for both transport and logistics.
Since the beginning of the European Union’s (EU) recovery phase from the Covid-19 pandemic, more than 1,220 km of cycling infrastructure has been announced across the continent, according to the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF).
A project by Pekka Niittyvirta and Timo Aho in collaboration with Google Arts & Culture.
Jody Rosen, June 10, 2020;A week ago, on Wednesday night, the third night of a citywide curfew in New York, police officers were seen confiscating bicycles
Tuesday 6 February 2018 14:30
Euston Road, where’s the cycle track? Pic credit: Michiel Joseph; The pace of progress on TfL and the Mayor’s Streetspace plans is currently too slow. The plan itself is vital, and the progress thus far is valued. But we’re not moving fast enough.
Sat 13 Jun 2020; Buzzbike hopes to tempt workers returning to the office as lockdown eases to try out its scheme
New tool also ranks cities and countries including UK on how much is spent and how much is being built The European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) has launched an online dashboard that tracks progress being made in countries and cities across Europe in implementing safe space for cycling during the coronavirus pandemic – with Paris, Barcelona… [Read More]