What is a cycle highway?
Why investing in cycle highways?
The Life Cycle Highway explained
Organising the planning process
Planning in the CHIPS regions
How to plan a cycle highway?
European map for Potential Cycle Highways
Guidelines on the integration of cycle highways in spatial planning
A Virtual Planning Tool
A GIS-based spatial planning tool
Cycle highways in spatial development plans
Calculator tool on potential impact
Integration with other transport modes
Integrating cycle highways and trains
Integrating cycle highways and buses
Integrating cycle highways and cars
Integrating cycle highways and metro
Are cycling highways competitive or complementary to other transport modes?
What kind of cycle highway to plan?
Directness in Distance
Directness in Travel Time
Directness in Interruptions
ROAD SAFETY - Intersections
ROAD SAFETY - Width
ROAD SAFETY - separation from parallel traffic
ROAD SAFETY - Obstacles
ROAD SAFETY - Lighting & Reflection
COMFORT - Surface Rideability
COMFORT - Steep Slopes
COMFORT - Gradiënt
COMFORT - Sheltering
COMFORT - Services
Attractiveness in Spatial Context / Environment
Attractiveness in Monotonity
Attractiveness - Social Safety
Attractiveness - Health and Pollution
Attractiveness - Activation and Stimulation
ACCESSABILITY - 24/7
COHERENCE - Awareness
COHERENCE - Readability
COHERENCE - Connections
Design and Build
How to start designing your cycle highway?
Route alignment scan
Checklist design goals
Mistakes to avoid
Lack of interruptions
Degree of separation from motor vehicles
Clearance and (lack of) obstacles
Slopes and gradients
Separation from pedestrians
Tunnels and bridges
Bollards and chicanes
Cycle-friendly traffic calming
Readability and wayfinding
What does readability mean?
How to improve readability?
Mistakes to avoid
Guidelines for installing Service Points on cycle higwhays
Mobile Mobility Hub In Frankfurt
Service Points in Leuven
Implementation of bicycle lockers
Active Travel Hub in Belfast
User involvement tool
Virtual Design Experience
What are we selling?
Who are we selling to?
Local residents in particular commuters
Employers/workplaces/ local business and retail
How are we selling it?
Campaign 1: Working With Retailers And Services Along The Cycle Highway
Campaign 2: Promoting Health Messages
Campaign 3: Workplace Engagement - Employers
Campaign 4: Workplace Engagement - Employees
Campaign 5: Raising Awareness Of The Cycle Highway
Campaign 6: Workplace Accreditation Scheme
Campaign 7: Creating A Community Of Trip Generators
Campaign 8: Normalising Utility Cycling
Campaign 9: Infrastructure
Campaign 10: Advocacy With Public Transport Providers
Why do you monitor and evaluate?
Measuring impact of decisions
Evaluate quality of infrastructure
Learning from cycle behaviour
How do you monitor and evaluate?
Surveys for user experience
Qualitative methods for user experience
Browse the Readability Toolbox
How experts can help
Cycle Highway Potential Map
Checklist Design Goals
Sixth Cycle Highway Academy
Tiburg, The Netherlands
A special edition of Cycle Highway Academy on wayfinding
Fifth Cycle Highway Academy: Plan, Design & Build your Cycle Highway
Fourth Cycle Highway Academy: Monitoring & Evaluation
Essen, Germany (office building No. 3, 45128 Essen, Kronprinzenstraße 6)
Third Cycle Highway Academy: Selling & Promoting
Second Cycle Highway Academy: Design & Build - Beyond the infrastructure
Best Western Hotel HAARHUIS Stationsplein 1, Arnhem1
First Cycle Highway Academy
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