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The Cycling Scoop

 
Edition 1

Welcome to the wonderful world of Handshake!

Dive into our first newsletter to discover how Handshake is sharing and inspiring cycling excellence - 13 cities from across Europe are here for the ride. The project infographic gives a summary and the website has the full details.

Mentoring is one of the main ways that knowledge is exchanged in Handshake. Three "Cycling Capitals" - Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Munich - are guiding 10 other cities on their journeys to become top cycling cities in their own right. Discover how these close bonds are being forged in this feature article.

We hope you enjoy the first issue!

Cities in the spotlight
Bruges, Belgium
The City of Bruges has commissioned a study into the realisation of its "FR30" bicycle ring road (its working title).  >>
Cadiz, Spain
New bike lanes are being built in the port city. Once all are complete, there will be 30km of dedicated cycle paths. >>
Copenhagen, Denmark
A Biycle Account on cycle superhighways in Denmark’s Capital Region - including Copenhagen - reveals their roaring success. >>
Greater Manchester, UK
New cycling and walking schemes worth up to £154m have been proposed for Greater Manchester’s recently launched Bee Network. >>
Meet the cities
Other things happening in Handshake
Handshake meet-up in Munich
In October, the Handshake gang gathered in Munich, Germany. More details were revealed about the exciting solutions coming up. >>
Publications for pedalling practitioners
Check out this selection of recent materials to help practitioners improve the quality and inclusivity of their cycling solutions. >>
Velo-city 2019 reflections
Handshake cities were out in force at Velo-city in Dublin this summer, presenting their exciting work to the rest of the world. >>
The latest news
The wider world of cycling

 

Amsterdam’s removing 10,000 parking spaces:       
See what’s possible!

 

Transcontinental Race: Team 255 – two women between myth and feasibility

Bike Citizens, June 2019
» Read more

Ten common myths about bike lanes – and why they're wrong

The Guardian, July 2019
» Read more
The unsettling rise of urban narc apps
CityLab, August 2019
» Read more
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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under grant agreement no 769177. The sole responsibility for the content of this newsletter lies with the CIVITAS Handshake project and in no way reflects the views of the European Commission.






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