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The Cycling Scoop

Edition 4

A season of hard work and cycling celebration

In this edition of the Cycling Scoop, we look back on an action-packed autumn that saw exciting cycling advancements in a number of Handshake cities.

In Munich and Rome, citizens have additional tools to help shape their cycling and transportation journies through a new feedback platform and a multilingual mobility plan. While in Bruges and Cadiz, ambitious infrastructure projects continue their steady progress forward. Finally in Bordeaux, cycling events encourage a new cohort of cycling enthusiasts.

And who can forget the full calendar of events! Handshake joined the fun at Velocity, European Mobility Week and the CIVITAS Forum. The opportunity to exchange in-person with fellow cycling advocates had a truly rejuvenating effect!

Review and catch up on what you missed these past months below, and once you're finished, we suggest a bicycle ride amongst the remaining colours!
Cities in the spotlight
Cádiz, Spain
Promoting cycling among children, building new bicycle lanes and a new low-emission zone in the city centre show cycling progress in Cadiz. >>
Munich, Germany
An online reporting platform for cycling-related issues is building linkages between the Munich cycling community and the city. >>
Bordeaux, France
Bordeaux celebrated European Mobility Week with activities like a Velotour & presentations from some Handshake Cycling Capitals! >>
Bruges, Belgium
New neighbourhood mobility plans and cycling streets are bringing Bruges' FR30 Cycling Network closer to fruition. >>
Rome, Italy
Sports, tourism & transport unite with the creation of a sustainable mobility plan for visitors to Rome's stadium. Just in time for a big game!  >>
Meet the cities
Other things happening in Handshake
Handshake presented at CIVITAS Forum
Handshake's own Viktor Goebel and Pascal van den Noort took to the stage during the session Cycling and Shared Mobility. >> 
Belgium welcomes the World Cycling Championship
From parades to panel discussions, to a learn-to-bike sesion, Handshake FCC Bruges and other Belgian cities celebrated the WCC in style! >>
Bicycle Parking Garage construction in Amsterdam
Planned to hold 7000 bicycles, a new bicycle garage is being built near the central station. Check out the live feed! >>
The latest news
Have you checked out the 360 degree videos created by Handshake partner Velo Mondial? In this video, beautiful cycling-centric street design is on display on the Sarphatistraat in Amsterdam, where cycling lanes visually dominate the road.
Media library
The wider world of cycling

Dublin Cycling Campaign kicks off the 'Light Up Your Bike' Initiative to keep cyclists safe during darker months ahead

Dublin City Council Press Release, November 2021
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No bicycling at COP26 means quickest way to decarbonise road transport is inexplicably missing

Forbes, November 2021
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European Parliament calls on Commission to support COVID-19 cycling infrastructure expansion
European Cyclists Federation, October 2021
» 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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