Groningen recently presented its new cycling strategy for 2015-2025. The city population is growing, commuter traffic is increasing and public space is under pressure. The story of so many cities, really. Groningen chooses the bicycle to keep the city accessible, liveable, economically vital, healthy and safe.
Record breaking cycling event on the horizon in Budapest
A record-breaking cycling event is on the horizon in Budapest. The 25th April event - called I bike Budapest - aims to bond the name of Budapest with cycling. The event is planned as more of a celebration, festival than a demonstration. The event is going to be opened by the Dutch ambassador to Hungary.
Will the UN’s support for cycling inspire EU to work on a Roadmap on Cycling?
ECF took part in a side event organized in Geneva during the 66th session of the United Nation’s Economic Commission for Europe. The aim of the side event was to promote the Transport, Health and Environment Pan-European Programme (THE PEP) Partnership on Cycling in which ECF is a partner.