Active mobility

Enabling cycling success


Description
In this course, you will learn the three key elements to make cycling a success in your city:
- Planning and priorities
- Transition management
- Providing evidence of cycling’s benefits

With these three key elements, you can successfully start increasing the share of cycling in your city and become more sustainable. No matter where you are located in the world, these elements apply to every situation.

Learner benefits

The course will lead you to acquire insights regarding three key success factors to increase cycling in your city. Having these insights will provide the following benefits:
- Increased credibility
- Better strategies, policies and plans
- Better able to overcome barriers and foster acceptance for your plans/proposals/measures

After completion of this course you will be able to:
- understand the three key elements and their relevance
- understand how the elements have been applied in real-life examples

This course has been developed by DTV Capacity Building as part of CIVITAS ELEVATE, in cooperation with CIVITAS Handshake.
Content
  • 0.1. improve your city by increasing cycling levels
  • 0.2. Course introduction
  • 0.3. How this course works
  • BLOCK 1: PLANNING AND PRIORITIES
  • 1.1. Introduction
  • 1.2. The sustainable urban mobility planning approach
  • 1.3. Quiz
  • 1.4. Setting objectives in your city
  • 1.5. SUMP Award Finalists
  • 1.6. Quiz
  • 1.7. Integrated planning across modes
  • 1.8. Perfect Match: Metro Vancouver Melds Bikes and Transit
  • 1.9. Setting priorities
  • 1.10. Utrecht will reduce car space yet again
  • 1.11. Quiz
  • 1.12. Wrapping up Block 1
  • Block 2: TRANSITION MANAGEMENT – “BUILDING YOUR CYCLING CITY TOGETHER”
  • 2.1. Introduction
  • 2.2. Transition management explained
  • 2.3. Quiz
  • 2.4. Analysing stakeholders in your city
  • 2.5. Setting up an arena
  • 2.6. Quiz
  • 2.7. The use of the arena
  • 2.8. Quiz
  • 2.9. Wrapping up Block 2
  • Block 3: Providing evidence – building a convincing case for cycling
  • 3.1. Introduction
  • 3.2. What is providing evidence really and why is it important
  • 3.3. Quiz
  • 3.4. Evidence from Handshake
  • 3.5. Facts and figures: Copenhagen
  • 3.6. Facts and figures: Amsterdam
  • 3.7. Facts and figures: Munich
  • 3.8. Quiz
  • 3.9. Modelling
  • 3.10. Quiz
  • 3.11. Bikenomics
  • 3.12. Bikenomics: How to Get Cycling on the Agenda
  • 3.13. Wrapping up Block 3
  • Block 4: cases and examples – “let’s be inspired”
  • 4.1. Introduction
  • 4.2. Case 1: Transition Management
  • 4.3. Quiz
  • 4.4. Case 2: Planning and Priorities
  • 4.5. Greater Manchester announces plans for Beelines
  • 4.6. Case 3: Bikenomics
  • 4.7. Quiz
  • 4.8. Wrapping up Block 4
  • Block 5: conclusion and final test
  • 5.1. Introduction
  • 5.2. Final test
  • 5.3. Thank you
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed