The Netherlands’ municipality of Capelle has a shuttle driving around in its business park for nearly two decades. It is time to go big (and go home).
I was asked to talk about winter cycling for a Montreal winter cycling congress. I decided to take a different take and will talk about winter cycling to train stations in the Netherlands, because I don’t remember ever having to cycle in snow in the Netherlands.
Ottawa based Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF) might not be well known, but they are doing a lot of good work for traffic safety. For example, since May 2016 they are (co-) developing and promoting BikeMaps.org, a tool for safe and accessible bicycling. Now they are looking for participants in a focus group.
Ontario is asking input for its plans to build more bike infrastructure. This is your chance to share your thoughts.
We took Angela for a trip through Ottawa, six years after she gave her first talk about cycling at the ACT conference. An inventory of new bike infrastructure.
The Dutch try to use as few traffic signs as possible. The City of Leeuwarden found another 1000 to throw out.
A short primer in 1000 words on the New Urban Agenda for the United Nations Habitat III conference in Quito, October 17-20.
The Labour Day weekend was the last weekend of the popular Ottawa bikedays. We take a tour past some Ottawa landmarks, stop for a beer and collect bike counter data on the fly.