Cycling, one of the Strategies for Vibrant, Liveable, Sustainable, Green Urbanism

 

 

 

 

Evolving Focus

First, the emphasis was on redistribution of road space for people who were currently cycling.

Then, the priority evolved to quality cycling infrastructure that would induce motorists to cycle instead for their transportation needs.

Now, the focus is shifting towards cycling being one of the strategies for delivering vibrant, liveable urban neighbourhoods that are sustainable in the long term and green, making contributions to improvement in the quality of air, in personal health, in helping reducing the obesity health crisis, and in contributing towards the reduction of health care costs.

 

Velo.Urbanism, Barcelona

Velo.Urbanism, the Blog

CycleTouring

CycloTouring, Transit, Public Transportation and Combined Mobility

Transit - Bus

Transit - Trams and Streetcars Transit - Rapid Transit
   
Transit - Commuter Trains   Transit - Ferries

Transit Services - Taxis

   
Public Transortation - Airlines   Public Transportation - InterCity Buses

Public Transportation - Trains - InterCity

     

Public Transportation - InterCity Ferries

  Bike Parking at Transit and Public Transportation Centres - Bike Stations, Bike Cages

Latest News

This website is currently under construction and will change over the upcoming months. Thanks you for your patience while we are trying to make it interesting for people who focus on cycling and its contribution to liveable, vibrant communities.

Articles will be posted periodicaly. Normally, these articles will be highlighted in the Velo.Urbanism blog.

Cycling and Combined Mobility

Vancouver, British Columbia – Transportation 2040 Plan
2012-06-18

The city is in the process of developing an new transportation plan with a focus on Active Transportation (walking, cycling, and transit). The next stage is for public consultation. Some thoughts are being offered for consideration.

 

 

 

 

Nice Fr Tramway

 

     
       
       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unless stated otherwise, photographs are the property of article author(s)
©Photograph by H-JEH Becker, 2013
©H-JEH Becker, Velo.Urbanism.com, 2013