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Styria’s GO! Radmobil initiative

The GO RADMOBIL initiative is part of the cycle strategy of the Austrian province of Styria. With it the regional government wants to get people to rethink mobility. A lot of areas in the province are more suitable for cars than for people. With more sustainable mobility the living quality is to be improved. Trofaiach leads by example [...]

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A first glance of the new main cycling network in Salzburg

The city of Salzburg has taken another important step to increase the quality of cycling traffic: The future main cycling network will connect more than 100km of cycle traffic facilities to generate new quality. Here we are providing you with the very first glance of the details for the network plan. Cycle Competence member con.sens had a leading role in developing this comprehensive [...]

Fireside chat: cycle tourism in Austria – quo vadis?

The role of tourism as an economic factor is to be strengthened further in Austria. Of course the bicycle is part of this strategy as it is one of the most important leisure sports devices. This has now been noted by the federal ministry for sustainability and tourism (BMNT) in its so-called “Plan T – Masterplan for Tourism”. In it, [...]

Why a three billion cycling budget in Austria?

The Austrian climate strategy includes a doubling of cycle traffic share. For environmental minister Köstinger (BMNT) mobility is one of the priorities in aiming to cut seven million tons of CO2 by 2030. A recommended 30-euro per capita cycling budget would mean in the decade between 2020 and 2030 a total of €3bn is available for necessary improvements. Cycle Competence [...]

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Cycling strategy city of Salzburg 2025+

The city of Salzburg already is one of the leading cycling cities of Austria with a 20% share of cycle traffic. Now it has presented its new cycling traffic strategy “Radstrategie Salzburg 2025+”.  Cycling traffic in Salzburg is to be given a strong impulse and is set to be increased to at least 24% by 2025. With additional reducing measures [...]

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In Bicycle Heaven: Velo-city Conference Review

At the world’s biggest cycling summit „Velo-city 2017“which took place mid-June in Arnhem-Nijmegen in the Dutch province of Gelderland, Cycle Competence Austria had the great opportunity to present cycling knowledge “Made in Austria” to a broad audience. The conference itself and the cycling nation number one  convinced the attending 1.500 experts. […]

Partnership on Cycling: Transnational cycling traffic strategy in Belgrade

Based on a joint initiative from France, Austria and the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) “THE PEP Partnership on Cycling” was set up in 2014 within the framework of the Transport, Health, Environment Pan-European Programme by UNECE/WHO. Cycle Competence members BMLFUW and Verracon are actively contributing to the transnational process as representatives for Austria and as partnership managers respectively. [...]

News from the Cycling Competence Members

The platform CycleCompetence Austria has 17 member companies and institutions. Here is a brief overview of news from some of the members: The BMLFUW has published a new master plan cycling, AIT presented the CycleTripMap at the research festival in Vienna, HERRY Consult informs about the projects “ACTIV8!” and “e-park&drive”, the e-bike-rental concept by KALOVEO gets more and more popular [...]

Moscow Bicycle Master Plan by Rosinak & Partner

With more than 14 Mio. inhabitants Moscow is Europe’s largest city. Traffic jams on the roads and in the metro are a daily routine for Moscvites commuting into the City Center. But Moscow is a fast changing city and especially young Moscovites are taking trends up quickly. Therefore it is no surprise that riding a bicycle has become fashionable and [...]

MInister of Environment welcomes “Cycle Competence Austria” at bicycle summit

Tne new platform „Radkompetenz Österreich“ (Cycle Competence Austria) was welcomed by minister Rupprechter at the Austrian cycle summit. The goal is to improve cycling infrastructure and traffic. Cycle traffic numbers are going up in Austria, more and more kilometres are covered by bicycle paths. The country is among the top 7 cycle nations in Europe.  The new platform “Cycle Competence [...]

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Mobility Institutions

Societal transformation needs political guidance, financial support from public funding and committed nongovernmental initiatives. The increase in cycle traffic is both the herald of a change in mobility as well as its most important component. This megatrend is also supported by the Cycle Competence Austria members from the fields of public administration and NGO. […]

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