Do you need knowledge and concrete tools on how to promote cycling or improve conditions for cyclists in your country or city? Now you have the possibility to learn from leading Danish experts at the Cycling Embassy of Denmark’s Bikeable City Masterclass May 20-24, 2019.
Learn Cycle Promotion the Danish Way
The Cycling Embassy of Denmark invites urban planners, decision makers, and others to experience the Danish cycle culture. You will get the first-hand experience with Danish cycle solutions in two of the leading Danish cycle cities, Copenhagen and Odense.
Leading Danish experts from academics, consultancies, and city administration will teach you how they approach cycling. Through a mix of presentations, workshops and site visits, our experts will give you the inspiration to create more livable and bikeable cities
- Introduction to city development and cycling planning in Danish cities
- Advocacy and the political process
- Working with bicycle strategies and accounts as tools for cycle promotion
- Cycle infrastructure design
- Traffic safety for cyclists, accidents and systematic accident reduction
- People First Design – The Liveable City
- Cycling and ITS
- Campaigns and education – Start with the children
- And more
What you get
You will get know-how of integrating cycling in sustainable mobility policies and climate goals, cycle infrastructure design, road safety, multi-modal transport, and city logistics as well as cycle education and promotion. We will also work with you to directly apply and translate Danish solutions to the context of your own city.
Inspiration from across the Globe
In addition to insights into Danish bicycle know-how, the masterclass also offers a melting pot of inspiration from the participants’ own cities and countries. Our groups often count participants from both North and Latin America, Asia, and Europe, so you will also get a broad international network.
Price: 1,800 € per person
Early bird: 1,700 € per person for the first 10 registrations before December 1, 2018
The course fee includes expert guidance, course material, and excursion to Odense, bike rental, lunch and coffee breaks. Travel and accommodation expenses are not included.
NB! We require a minimum of 19 participants.
Early bird: December 1, 2018
Final registration and payment: February 1, 2019
Confirmation of masterclass: February 15, 2019