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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - CLATPU 18th to 22nd November 2007 - Rio de Janeiro - Brasil
    Janeiro Brazil I CE was present at the event with a poster and a technical session The poster presented refers to the paper with the title Sustran Lac Sustainable Transport Network for Latin America and the Caribbean promoting public transport the universal accessibility walking and cycling Available in Portuguese here The authors of the paper were Giselle Noceti Ammon Xavier BPP I CE UDESC Viaciclo Brasil Oscar Edmundo Diaz ITDP and Carlos Felipe Pardo GTZ Colombia Lake Sagaris Ciudad Viva Chile The Cycling session occurred in the morning of the 23rd of November with the theme The Complementarity of Transport Modes Cycling and Public Transport With the coordination of Dr Luis Antonio Lindau UFRGS BPP CAN leader Two lectures were the main focus of the session One by Miriam van Bree from Fietsersbond NL tackling The role of Bicycle Users Groups in Creating Cycling Friendly Cities The Dutch Experience and another by Lake Sagaris from Ciudad Viva Chile about The Bicycle A Strategic Approach for the new Urban Transport Systems based in Trains or Buses Also in the session Architect Claudia Tavares from the municipality of Rio de Janeiro Instituto Pereira Passos informed about the achievements of cycling as transport

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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - CLATPU 18th to 22nd November 2007 - Rio de Janeiro - Brasil
    de Janeiro Brazil I CE was present at the event with a poster and a technical session The poster presented refers to the paper with the title Sustran Lac Sustainable Transport Network for Latin America and the Caribbean promoting public transport the universal accessibility walking and cycling Available in Portuguese here The authors of the paper were Giselle Noceti Ammon Xavier BPP I CE UDESC Viaciclo Brasil Oscar Edmundo Diaz ITDP and Carlos Felipe Pardo GTZ Colombia Lake Sagaris Ciudad Viva Chile The Cycling session occurred in the morning of the 23rd of November with the theme The Complementarity of Transport Modes Cycling and Public Transport With the coordination of Dr Luis Antonio Lindau UFRGS BPP CAN leader Two lectures were the main focus of the session One by Miriam van Bree from Fietsersbond NL tackling The role of Bicycle Users Groups in Creating Cycling Friendly Cities The Dutch Experience and another by Lake Sagaris from Ciudad Viva Chile about The Bicycle A Strategic Approach for the new Urban Transport Systems based in Trains or Buses Also in the session Architect Claudia Tavares from the municipality of Rio de Janeiro Instituto Pereira Passos informed about the achievements of cycling as

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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - Training courses
    context of urban transport planning reflecting on how the societal benefits of cycling can help to identify useful partners in cycling inclusive policy development long term direction short term activities Design of cycling infrastructure departing from the five main requirements design of cycling route networks design of road sections and intersections Integrating of cycling and public transport the concept chain of trips analysing the quality of the trip chain access

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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - Trainingen
    planning fietsen positioneren in de bredere context van stedelijke verkeers en vervoersplanning reflecteren op hoe de maatschappelijke voordelen van fietsen kunnen helpen om nuttige partners in fietsinclusieve beleidsontwikkeling te identificeren lange termijn richting en korte termijn acties Ontwerp van fietsinfrastructuur uitgaan van de vijf hoofdeisen ontwerp van fietsroutenetwerken ontwerp van wegvakken en kruispunten Integratie van fietsen en openbaar vervoer het concept ketenverplaatsing analyseren van de kwaliteit van ketenverplaatsing voortransport overstap

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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - Turkish Sustainable Transportation Symposium
    Tom Godefrooij was one of the speakers at the Turkish Sustainable Transportation Symposium in Kocaeli in Turkey 7 8 April 2011 The symposium covered the various aspects of sustainable urban transport and was organised by EMBARQ the WRI Center for Sustainable Transport in Turkey and the Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality with the support of Union of Municipalities of Turkey You can look at Tom s presentation at http www slideshare net

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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - Turkish Sustainable Transportation Symposium
    expert Tom Godefrooij was one of the speakers at the Turkish Sustainable Transportation Symposium in Kocaeli in Turkey 7 8 April 2011 The symposium covered the various aspects of sustainable urban transport and was organised by EMBARQ the WRI Center for Sustainable Transport in Turkey and the Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality with the support of Union of Municipalities of Turkey You can look at Tom s presentation at http www slideshare

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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - Lecture on Road Safety for the course “Traffic Safety in Asian & Latin American Countries: Principle
    in a number of developing and developed countries and with the group analysed different indicators for road safety From there he continued with sections about road safety and cycling showing that cities with high cycle use can be very safe both overall and for cyclists The second half of the session was about planning and designing for road safety Section 5 was about planning for road safety on network level while section 6 explained the concept of function shape and use Section 7 was the longest with eight practical ways to make roads safer Ranging from making one way roads two way to designing with pedestrians and cyclists in mind The next section presented a number of practical obstacles that can be encountered when planning and implementing concepts for better road safety in developing countries Section 9 finalized with conclusion and recommendations for better road safety in developing countries The group consisted of professionals in the area of traffic and transport planning and road safety from India Bangladesh Indonesia Vietnam Cambodia China The Philippines and Peru They were very interested and many questions were asked One topic that provoked a lot of discussion was the issue about how to define road safety The Chinese participant mentioned that the Chinese government likes to stress its good road safety record when road safety is expressed per 100 000 inhabitants ignoring the fact that per 100 000 motor vehicles China s road safety record is much worse than that of developed countries Another topic that led to questions and discussion was car parking policies and policies to discourage the use of private motorised vehicles for journeys to the city centre The message that an ever growing fleet of cars cannot be accommodated in dense Asian cities was understood but by same welcomed as

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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - Non -motorised Transport Course
    the City Wide NMT projects The aim for the training course was to provide services that will enhance the knowledge of these critical stakeholders involved in the planning designing and implementation of NMT Infrastructure in addition to introduce participants to the multiples and diverse aspects on NMT planning theory on rural and urban environment The overall expectation for the three day training course for participants was the following Understand the

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