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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - Marketing of cycling, may 2011
    are no translations available Marketing of Cycling May 2011 I CE has been invited to contribute to the Complete Streets Forum on 27th 29th of April in Toronto Roelof Wittink gave a presentation with 6 components 1 Significance of cycling trends 2 Marketing of cycling policy 3 The role of civil society 4 Costs and benefits of interventions 5 Cycling inclusive planning design 6 Cycling economy terug Interface for Cycling

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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - Progress on Netherlands Cycling Embassy, august 2011
    local governments located at CROW Transport Knowledge Resource Centre and the Cyclists Union Fietsersbond The aim of the Cycling Embassy is to set up a public private partnership that brings together initiatives from the private and public sector to export products and expertise and to support cycling policy development abroad Manufacturers agencies governments universities civil society organisations will be participants if the Cycling Embassy and contribute to this public private network in their own and in a common interest The approach resembles the Danish Cycling Embassy The Cycling Embassy will be a channel to support market exploration market development and international cooperation to enhance cycling inclusive planning and the bicycle market and it will deliver contributions to sustainable transport policies It will cooperate with the Dutch government and Dutch Embassies and consulates presenting the Dutch profile on cycling and international cooperation Roelof Wittink director of I CE was appointed to explore if the Embassy finds sufficient support and after 2 months of consultations the conclusion was it does Now he is working to set up a new foundation for this Companies governments and organisations become a participant when they contribute with a fee and or in kind contributions In return

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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - Progress on Netherlands Cycling Embassy, august 2011
    and local governments located at CROW Transport Knowledge Resource Centre and the Cyclists Union Fietsersbond The aim of the Cycling Embassy is to set up a public private partnership that brings together initiatives from the private and public sector to export products and expertise and to support cycling policy development abroad Manufacturers agencies governments universities civil society organisations will be participants if the Cycling Embassy and contribute to this public private network in their own and in a common interest The approach resembles the Danish Cycling Embassy The Cycling Embassy will be a channel to support market exploration market development and international cooperation to enhance cycling inclusive planning and the bicycle market and it will deliver contributions to sustainable transport policies It will cooperate with the Dutch government and Dutch Embassies and consulates presenting the Dutch profile on cycling and international cooperation Roelof Wittink director of I CE was appointed to explore if the Embassy finds sufficient support and after 2 months of consultations the conclusion was it does Now he is working to set up a new foundation for this Companies governments and organisations become a participant when they contribute with a fee and or in kind contributions In

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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - Turkish Sustainable Transportation Symposium, april 2011
    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 - Turkish Sustainable Transportation Symposium, april 2011
    CE 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

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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - A Genuine Partnership april 2011
    deliver a broad spectrum of expertise and experience for exchange Results BPP presentation We contributed to the quality of more than 300 km cycling routes to the quality of strategies plans and designs for cycling inclusive policies and interventions and to the funding and quality of projects by advocacy organisations Adding to the sustainability of our program is the establishment of networks of civil society organisations in Latin America Africa

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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - A Genuine Partnership april 2011
    Netherlands to deliver a broad spectrum of expertise and experience for exchange Results BPP presentation We contributed to the quality of more than 300 km cycling routes to the quality of strategies plans and designs for cycling inclusive policies and interventions and to the funding and quality of projects by advocacy organisations Adding to the sustainability of our program is the establishment of networks of civil society organisations in Latin

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  • Interface for Cycling Expertise - Mexicans on the bicycle with aid of Dutch companies
    federal authorities on 25 November 2010 Amid great public interest the Mexican Deputy Ministers of Environment and Social Development have received the toolkit consisting of a cassette with six handbooks a website and CD Roms The toolkit has been developed especially for this occasion by the Dutch Foundation I CE Interface for Cycling Expertise and the Mexican ITDP Institute for Transportation development and Policy Most of participating Dutch companies ING

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