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The members of Cycle Competence Austria komobile Vienna & Gmunden, Rosinak & Partner and the engineering office Köll stand for visionary traffic concepts with cycle traffic as  a key component. And for future-proof cycle traffic planning which aims to make cycling safe, comfortable and attractive for all ages, thus improving the quality of living in a city, municipality or region.

The engineering office Köll has created cycle traffic concepts e.g. for Lienz, Bregenz and Reutte and has supported the communities in the step-by-step implementation using action plans and a list of priorities. For example, the engineering office Köll recommended to give highest priority to the construction of a cycling bridge between Bregenz and Hard to advance leisure and everyday cycling. It also initiated the implementation of Sharrows in Reutte.

For more than 35 years now, Rosinak & Partner have been advising administrations, companies and institutions in their efforts to strengthen cycle traffic, to make streets and urban landscapes safer and more sustainable. Masterplans and cycle strategies for Vienna, Moscow and the „Bregenzerwald“ in Western Austria, studies on cycle streets, cycle highways, bike sharing sys- tems, a multitude of cycle traffic planning and research projects as well as setting up the programme for the Velo-city con- ference 2013 in Vienna shhow the broad range of Rosinak & Partner’s cycle traffic expertise.

Komobile is creating cycle traffic concepts, supports the development of strategies and offers municipalities and regions individual consultation in developing and implementing measures. Current projects include planning the cycle network for Aspern – Die Seestadt in Vienna, the development of a mission statement for cycle traffic in the state of Salzburg, cycling consulting in Upper Austria and Vorarlberg, as well as the cycling concept Ettelbrück in Luxembourg.

 

Published On: 23. May 2015Categories: Planning & ConsultingTags: , , ,

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The members of Cycle Competence Austria komobile Vienna & Gmunden, Rosinak & Partner and the engineering office Köll stand for visionary traffic concepts with cycle traffic as  a key component. And for future-proof cycle traffic planning which aims to make cycling safe, comfortable and attractive for all ages, thus improving the quality of living in a city, municipality or region.

The engineering office Köll has created cycle traffic concepts e.g. for Lienz, Bregenz and Reutte and has supported the communities in the step-by-step implementation using action plans and a list of priorities. For example, the engineering office Köll recommended to give highest priority to the construction of a cycling bridge between Bregenz and Hard to advance leisure and everyday cycling. It also initiated the implementation of Sharrows in Reutte.

For more than 35 years now, Rosinak & Partner have been advising administrations, companies and institutions in their efforts to strengthen cycle traffic, to make streets and urban landscapes safer and more sustainable. Masterplans and cycle strategies for Vienna, Moscow and the „Bregenzerwald“ in Western Austria, studies on cycle streets, cycle highways, bike sharing sys- tems, a multitude of cycle traffic planning and research projects as well as setting up the programme for the Velo-city con- ference 2013 in Vienna shhow the broad range of Rosinak & Partner’s cycle traffic expertise.

Komobile is creating cycle traffic concepts, supports the development of strategies and offers municipalities and regions individual consultation in developing and implementing measures. Current projects include planning the cycle network for Aspern – Die Seestadt in Vienna, the development of a mission statement for cycle traffic in the state of Salzburg, cycling consulting in Upper Austria and Vorarlberg, as well as the cycling concept Ettelbrück in Luxembourg.

 

Published On: 23. May 2015Categories: Planning & ConsultingTags: , , ,

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