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Bicycles and ITS: Making Cycling Smarter

The following article was co-authored by Ronald Jorna and Robin Kleine and originally published in Dutch for verkeerskunde.nl HERE. The mobility sector is full of ICT-developments that are having a major impact on how we travel and how we use our public spaces. While these developments, often referred to as 'Intelligent Transport Systems' (ITS), re...
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How to Get Cycling on the Agenda? Bikenomics!

Bikenomics as a Tool for Reshaping the Problem of Urban MobilityWhen you are on a bike, you know cycling is benefiting you: you are burning calories, saving gas and insurance money; you are not emitting pollutants which you might inhale back. Stroke after stroke of the pedal, you reflect on how good cycling is for those who cycle, and you would lik...
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Biking Provides a Critical Lifeline During the Coronavirus Crisis

The following post was co-authored with Alejandro Schwedhelm, Wei Li, Chris Bruntlett and Claudia Adriazola-Steil, and originally published on the WRI Blog.As the world works to stop the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 3.9 billion people are under full or partial lockdown orders, as of mid-April. Cities have curtailed many public transit...
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Encouraging the inclusiveness of cycling

Over the past century, cycling has become more and more dominant on Dutch streets. Not only for the young and the brave, but also for physical impaired. One essential element in stimulating this, is developing inclusive infrastructure which feels comfortable for all types of cyclists (e.g. less experienced cyclists, children, elderly people). But i...
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