Cycle Competence online seminar as cycling summit substitute

Radgipfel online Ersatzgipfel

The Austrian Cycling summit 2021 unfortunately had to be postponed to spring 2022 because of the measures taken to limit the spread of Covid-19. As a substitute the platform Cycle Competence Austria is offering a top-level seminar series on the two summit days, 12 & 13 April: Distance learning for everyone interested in the topic cycle traffic be it for work or volunteering!

On 12 April, experts from the platform are holding online talks and invite interactive exchange on topics such as cycling traffic data, bicycle-friendly train stations or cycle traffic planning in the Netherlands. On 13 April, an online workshop will take place featuring the new Cycle Competence tool “Raumverteiler”. The individual programmes of the online seminar are available for free to all registered users, as much as the technical capacities of the webinar-tool allow.

12 April: Online seminar-series “This is cycle traffic”

9:15 Welcome note from Martin Eder, federal cycling coordinator at the ministry for climate protection  (BMK), with a video message from federal minister Leonore Gewessler

9:30 Topic 1 | Attractive mixed traffic and safe separation of cycle traffic. Speakers: Michael Szeiler (con.sens mobilitätsdesign), Olivia Kantner, Sebastian Reinberg (komobile), Roland Romano (Radlobby Österreich), Robert Stögner (Klimabündnis Oberösterreich)

10:30 Topic 2 | Up-to-date Bike locking: Integration, sharing, renting. Speaker: Christoph Wöss (Innovametall)

11:30 Topic 3 | Multimodality: Cycling in the vicinity of train stations. Speakers: Andrea Weninger (Rosinak & Partner), Andreas Friedwagner (Verracon)

12:15 Lunch Break

13:00 Topic 4 | Cycling traffic data for planning, decision making and monitoring. Speakers: Ulrike Brocza, Stefan Kollarits (PRISMA solutions), Tom Rath (Bike Citizens), Rupert Tomschy (HERRY Consult), Martin Loidl, (Universität Salzburg, Fachbereich Geoinformatik ZGIS)

14:00 Topic 5 | Dutch cycle traffic planning: A look into the CROW Manual. Speaker: Roland Romano [Radlobby Österreich)

15:00 Topic 6 | Changing traffic behaviour via communication measures. Speakers: Michael Bauer (katapult), Johann Jessenk (PRISMA solutions)

16:00 End (Talks 45 minutes each including questions + 15 minute intervals)

13 April: Workshop day „Raumverteiler“

The new online-tool “Raumverteiler” (space distributor) serves to re-assign Austrian street space based on well-founded facts. Where is space for a cycle lane in a road cross-section? How wide does it have to be according to legal guidelines? Where do trees, seating areas and cycle parking fit in? Or should the street be turned into an encounter zone (“Begegnungszone”)?

9:00 Start with an introduction to the tool. Afterwards, you are invited to re-design a street in your residential area. The results will be discussed in the group. Speakers: Martin Niegl (HappyTree IT), Alec Hager (Die Radvokaten)

12:00 End (Three hours including breaks and working phases)

Registration

Registration closed on 6 April.

Updates on additional seminar days will follow via newsletter, e-mail to those who pre-registered and here on our website. These seminar days are the kick-off to a regular webinar series by Cycle Competence Austria starting in May.

The online seminar days are supported by klimaaktiv mobil, an initiative by the climate protection ministry BMK.

Wienzeile Radweg

And after the seminar or in between: Cycling on spacious bike lanes! (Photo: Christian Fürthner, City of Vienna)

Published On: 31. March 2021Categories: Planning & ConsultingTags: ,

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Radgipfel online Ersatzgipfel

The Austrian Cycling summit 2021 unfortunately had to be postponed to spring 2022 because of the measures taken to limit the spread of Covid-19. As a substitute the platform Cycle Competence Austria is offering a top-level seminar series on the two summit days, 12 & 13 April: Distance learning for everyone interested in the topic cycle traffic be it for work or volunteering!

On 12 April, experts from the platform are holding online talks and invite interactive exchange on topics such as cycling traffic data, bicycle-friendly train stations or cycle traffic planning in the Netherlands. On 13 April, an online workshop will take place featuring the new Cycle Competence tool “Raumverteiler”. The individual programmes of the online seminar are available for free to all registered users, as much as the technical capacities of the webinar-tool allow.

12 April: Online seminar-series “This is cycle traffic”

9:15 Welcome note from Martin Eder, federal cycling coordinator at the ministry for climate protection  (BMK), with a video message from federal minister Leonore Gewessler

9:30 Topic 1 | Attractive mixed traffic and safe separation of cycle traffic. Speakers: Michael Szeiler (con.sens mobilitätsdesign), Olivia Kantner, Sebastian Reinberg (komobile), Roland Romano (Radlobby Österreich), Robert Stögner (Klimabündnis Oberösterreich)

10:30 Topic 2 | Up-to-date Bike locking: Integration, sharing, renting. Speaker: Christoph Wöss (Innovametall)

11:30 Topic 3 | Multimodality: Cycling in the vicinity of train stations. Speakers: Andrea Weninger (Rosinak & Partner), Andreas Friedwagner (Verracon)

12:15 Lunch Break

13:00 Topic 4 | Cycling traffic data for planning, decision making and monitoring. Speakers: Ulrike Brocza, Stefan Kollarits (PRISMA solutions), Tom Rath (Bike Citizens), Rupert Tomschy (HERRY Consult), Martin Loidl, (Universität Salzburg, Fachbereich Geoinformatik ZGIS)

14:00 Topic 5 | Dutch cycle traffic planning: A look into the CROW Manual. Speaker: Roland Romano [Radlobby Österreich)

15:00 Topic 6 | Changing traffic behaviour via communication measures. Speakers: Michael Bauer (katapult), Johann Jessenk (PRISMA solutions)

16:00 End (Talks 45 minutes each including questions + 15 minute intervals)

13 April: Workshop day „Raumverteiler“

The new online-tool “Raumverteiler” (space distributor) serves to re-assign Austrian street space based on well-founded facts. Where is space for a cycle lane in a road cross-section? How wide does it have to be according to legal guidelines? Where do trees, seating areas and cycle parking fit in? Or should the street be turned into an encounter zone (“Begegnungszone”)?

9:00 Start with an introduction to the tool. Afterwards, you are invited to re-design a street in your residential area. The results will be discussed in the group. Speakers: Martin Niegl (HappyTree IT), Alec Hager (Die Radvokaten)

12:00 End (Three hours including breaks and working phases)

Registration

Registration closed on 6 April.

Updates on additional seminar days will follow via newsletter, e-mail to those who pre-registered and here on our website. These seminar days are the kick-off to a regular webinar series by Cycle Competence Austria starting in May.

The online seminar days are supported by klimaaktiv mobil, an initiative by the climate protection ministry BMK.

Wienzeile Radweg

And after the seminar or in between: Cycling on spacious bike lanes! (Photo: Christian Fürthner, City of Vienna)

Published On: 31. March 2021Categories: Planning & ConsultingTags: ,

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