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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - Urban environment
    cities of South America and South Africa a reclaiming the streets movement in favour of less space and speed for cars thus providing more living space for walking cycling and more traditional activities like meeting people children play street selling etc In short creating a more pleasant and safer street environment and atmosphere This in turn may develop more people oriented solutions enabling socially disadvantaged groups of people to move

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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - Improving road safety
    safety system and in Sweden through its Vision zero program The Dutch experience in particular suggests that taking into account the needs for safe and efficient cycling and walking is at the basis of effective road safety planning If conditions are satisfactory an increase of cycling results in a sharp decrease of the risk to be killed as a cyclist as well as in a reduction of the number of

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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - Fighting poverty
    the urban poor cycling stands for low cost mobility and can make the difference on the harsh urban markets for income and jobs and give access to education health care and social integration However having access to a bicycle although an absolute necessity is not enough Cycling is only possible if roads exist and if their use is permitted and feasible The need for city wide interconnected routes should be

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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - Emission control
    take over short car trips than in developing countries where there is less car use anyway The German National Cycling Plan 2002 2012 states that more than 50 of the target for traffic related CO reduction can be achieved by the further implementation of cycling policies to replace a significant part of short car trips by bicycle trips In particular in Asia the challenge is to defend cycling The impact

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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - Better health conditions
    blood pressure helps reduce blood pressure for people who already have a high blood pressure reduces the risk of developing colon and breast cancer reduces feelings of depression and anxiety helps control weight helps build and maintain healthy bones muscles and joints helps older adults become stronger and better able to move about without falling promotes psychological well being Cycling is ideally placed to contribute to overall activity levels as

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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - Staff
    he was also involved in the European Cyclists Federation as member of the management committee and as president He was also initiator and organiser of the Velo Mondial 2000 conference in Amsterdam From 2001 to 2006 he worked as a civil servant for the provincial government of Noord Brabant There he was in charge of the drafting of the Provincial Traffic and Transport Plan From 2006 on he is working for Interface of Cycling Expertise I CE Within the current Bicycle Partnership Program it is his responsibility to co ordinate the support to municipalities in developing countries to enable them to make their urban and transport planning more cycling inclusive This e mail address is being protected from spam bots you need JavaScript enabled to view it Marieke de Wild 1977 Coordinator of support to Civil Society Organisations Marieke studied traffic engineering and international development studies She worked as a traffic engineer for an international consultancy firm for 5 years In 2006 she was coordinating bicycle projects of 9 civil society organisations within I CE s Low Cost Mobility Initiatives Program LOCOMOTIVES In I CE s current Bicycle Partnership Program Marieke is coordinating the I CE support to civil society organisations which are giving pressure and orientation to the urban authorities with regards to the integration of cycling in the urban development process Marieke s specific fields of interest within the mobility area are microfinance and gender This e mail address is being protected from spam bots you need JavaScript enabled to view it Irene Frieling Senior program officer Background MSc in economics and BSc in international logistic management Worked for many years for the International Labour Office ILO in the fields of labour market analysis transport planning and pilot project development Also long term experience as CSO advisor and

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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - Personeel
    beheer en als voorzitter Hij was ook initiatiefnemer en organisator van de Velo Mondial 2000 conferentie in Amsterdam Van 2001 tot 2006 werkte hij als ambtenaar voor de provincie Noord Brabant Daar werd hij belast met het opstellen van het Provinciaal Verkeers en Vervoers Plan Vanaf 2006 werkt hij voor de Interface voor Cycling Expertise I CE Binnen het huidige Bicycle Partnership Program is het zijn verantwoordelijkheid om de ondersteuning van steden en gemeenten in ontwikkelingslanden te coördineren om hen in staat stellen om hun stedelijke en vervoersplanning meer fiets inclusief te maken Marieke de Wild 1977 Coördinator van maatschappelijke organisaties Marieke studeerde verkeerskunde en sociale geografie van ontwikkelingslanden Ze werkte 5 jaar als verkeerskundig ingenieur voor een internationaal adviesbureau In 2006 was zij de coördinator van fietsprojecten van 9 maatschappelijke organisaties binnen I CE s LOCOMOTIVES programma In I CE s huidige Bicycle Partnership Program coördineert Marieke I CE s ondersteuning aan maatschappelijke organisaties die druk uitoefenen en de oriëntatie geven aan stedelijke autoriteiten met betrekking tot integratie van fietsen in stedelijke ontwikkelingsprocessen Marieke s specifieke interessegebieden binnen het mobiliteitsveld zijn microfinanciering en genderrelaties Irene Frieling Senior programma medewerker Achtergrond MSc in de economie en de BSc in internationaal logistiek beheer Zij werkte vele jaren voor de Internationale Arbeidsorganisatie ILO op het gebied van arbeidsmarkt analyse transport planning en proefproject ontwikkeling Ook heeft zij langdurige ervaring als CSO adviseur en onderzoeker het economisch beleid en institutionele ontwikkeling Mark Kirkels 1963 Senior beleidsmedewerker Mark Kirkels is zowel ontwikkelingsgeograaf als milieukundig ingenieur met twintig jaar ervaring in internationale samenwerking Na een periode werkzaam te zijn geweest in Zuidelijk Afrika op het gebied van regionale planning heeft hij voor Plan Nederland en Plan International beleids en programmafuncties vervuld ten aanzien van Afrika Azië en Latijns Amerika Zijn expertise concentreert zich op rurale

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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - Resident representatives
    and has two daughters Ruby and Sophie This e mail address is being protected from spam bots you need JavaScript enabled to view it Namhla Jaxa 1983 Resident Representative Southern Africa Namhla Jaxa obtained her National Diploma NDip in Civil Engineering in 2006 at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology Have since worked for two years as a traffic engineering assistant in the roads and traffic engineering section for Kantey Templer Consulting Engineers She has developed expertise in the area of traffic engineering experience includes working knowledge in problem solving skills in the traffic engineering studies road design and drawing In addition in 2007 was appointed as the South African Bicycle Partnership Program BPP resident representative with responsibility to promote cycling as a viable mode of transportation through facilitate workshops and work excursions Project management and planning skills gained through the BPP program Currently has completed her Bachelor of Technology Btech in Urban Engineering at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology This e mail address is being protected from spam bots you need JavaScript enabled to view it Giselle Xavier Resident Representative Brazil Giselle Noceti Ammon Xavier is a sports medicine physician working as lecturer in the Health Centre of the State University of Santa Catarina UDESC where she coordinates the Researching and Extension Program Grupo CICLOBRASIL focused in active mobility with emphasis in the bicycle as means of transport She is former president and founder of Viaciclo The Bicycle Users Association of Florianópolis and Region and founder of Brazilian Cyclist s Union UCB Giselle represented UDESC and Viaciclo in LOCOMOTIVES program and currently is the Resident Representative for Brasil in the Bicycle Partnership Program BPP This e mail address is being protected from spam bots you need JavaScript enabled to view it Jose Lobo known as Zé Lobo 1961 Resident Representative Brazil Ze is a lifetime bike user and enthusiast 20 years bike promoter doing it professionally since 2007 President and founder of Transporte Ativo one of the most active NGO in the country twice winner of the national prize for Best Bike Promotion Initiatives Director of Instituto Pedala Brasil IPB and adviser of Brazilian Cyclist Union UCB Today he is connected to every cycling initiative in the City of Rio de Janeiro presenting the cyclists necessities to the municipality and been a liaison between users and planners Since 2007 he is also representing I CE in Brazil This e mail address is being protected from spam bots you need JavaScript enabled to view it Carlos Moreno 1979 Resident Representative Colombia Multilingual Economist with advanced degree in Urban Development and Policies in the Urban Institute of Lyon France Worked in different projects such as an International Project Métropolis de Latinoamérica en la Mundialización Metropolis Globalization in Latin America which is taking place in the Externado de Colombia University Social Sciences Faculty The main target is to compare different urban aspects in three different Latin American cities Also worked in the development of the diagnosis and recommendations about the state

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