Principles and methods of development of cycle transport and infrastructure, also known as cycle principles for urban areas: research results implementation

Principy a metody rozvoje cyklisticke dopravy a infrastruktury, aneb cyklisticke desatero pro mesta: uplatneni vysledku vyzkumu

Not only does the methodology summarize the results of a project SONDA – Determination of principles and methods of development of cycle transport and infrastructure, but it also uses the first information of two international projects Central MeetBike (www.centralmeetbike.eu) and Mobile2020 (www.mobile2020), which started in 2011 and will be applied in the Czech Republic. The methodology summarizes the results of the project SONDA according to the structure of issues which will be presented within the following seminars, excursions. The wide range of issues within cycle transport is divided into ten blocks: 1. Policy and Strategy, 2. Leading and Responsibility, 3. Legislation, 4. Cycle Infrastructure & Land-use Planning, 5. Public Relations, 6. Cycle Transport Safety, 7. Research, 8. Management, 9. Cycle Infrastructure Funding, 10. Cycle Tourism. This methodology will be used as the first training material which will be further extended with the follow-up projects Central MeetBike and Mobile2020. The aim is to transfer findings and knowledge to those making decisions on cycle strategies and planning and designing cycle infrastructure. Only well informed experts and decision-makers, without whom it is impossible to transfer ideas further towards general public, can change the situation in the field of cycle transport support.

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    Transport Research Centre (CDV)

    Líšeňská 33a
    Brno,   Czech Republic  CZ-636 00
  • Authors:
    • MARTINEK, J
  • Publication Date: 2011

Language

  • English
  • Czech

Media Info

  • Media Type: Print
  • Features: Figures; Tables;
  • Pagination: 107 p.

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Filing Info

  • Accession Number: 01488264
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: Transport Research Centre (CDV)
  • ISBN: 978-80-86502-26-7
  • Files: ITRD
  • Created Date: Jul 18 2013 5:50AM