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The 2nd Cycle Highway Academy – Design & Build (London)

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The second Cycle Highway Academy took place in London on the 4th and 5th of October after the successful first edition around “Planning’ in Arnhem in June during Velo-city 2017. The CHIPS partners were very excited to host the second edition of the Cycle Highway Academy in London, the home of the Cycle Superhighways, which are among the first generation of cycle highways in Europe: the first London Cycle Superhighways were opened in 2010. This second Cycle Highway Academy was organized around the theme of “design & build”, the second stage in the CHIPS Life Cycle Highway. Read More

Diary of a successful week for CHIPS participating in Velo-city 2017

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It has been a successful week for CHIPS participating in the Velo-city 2017 conference last week: the official launch of the CHIPS video, an inspiring first cycle highway academy, the official opening of a mobility hub next to the cycle highway "Rijnwaalpad", the CHIPS partners visiting the cycle highway Arnhem-Nijmegen and a visit from the King of the Netherlands to the CHIPS exhibition stand! Read More

Velo-city Session: Cycling the Fast Lane

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Four speakers from the first generation of cycle highways (Signe Helledi from the Supercykelstier in Greater Copenhagen, Carlton Reid from the Cycle Superhighways in London, Ulrich Malburg from the Radschnellweg Ruhr network and Frederik Pousset from the Flemish fietssnelwegen) will present their ambitions and illustrate the CHIPS Assessment Tool with stories from their regional cycle highways. Read More

CHIPS Partner Provincie Vlaams-Brabant launches bike to work campaign for employers

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‘In order to tackle the traffic problem, especially the traffic jams, in our region, we want to see more people cycling’, says Tom Dehaene, Mobility representative for the Province of Flemish Brabant. ‘With this new project we want to convince employees to leave their car in the garage at home and cycle to work. Therefore we will launch a cycling campaign with businesses this summer. We will rent these business electric bicycles who can provide them to their employees for a trial period of three weeks. In this way, employees can experience what it’s like for them to cycle to work. Hopefully, they have an enjoyable experience and will be convinced to use their bicycles more for commuting to work.’ Read More

CHIPS survey exploring the barriers preventing people commuting by bike

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To enable more people to cycle to work, is one of the objectives of the European CHIPS – Cycle Highway Innovation project. The first step of the project involved a survey of workplaces located near the cycle highways in Northern Ireland (Comber Greenway), Province of Gelderland (Rijnwaalpad), Tilburg (Hart van Brabant), Province of Flemish Brabant and Frankurt to identify the barriers preventing people commuting by bike. Our CHIPS partner Sustrans took the lead in this activity and recently published a report with the results of the surveys in all partner regions. Read More

CHIPS’ Love is in the air campaign thanks cycling commuters on Valentine's Day in Belfast

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CHIPS Partners Sustrans and Translink (Northern Ireland's integrated bus and rail public transport company) have partnered on Valentine’s Day to say ‘thank you’ to bus and cycling commuters for not polluting our air. The ‘Love Is in the Air’ campaign in Belfast aimed to raise awareness of the high levels of air pollution caused mainly by car traffic. Read More