Two wheels that turn cities upside down: in cities around the world, this climate-friendly method of transport is gaining popularity. How can this development be further promoted? What infrastructural adjustments do cities need to make? Our four pinned articles give a good overview of the challenge, facts and figures, practical guides and everything around the critical first step. So many people and cities have done it – let their stories inspire you and their knowledge guide you! We’ll let you in on a little secret: rumour has it that it can be done outside of the Netherlands, too.

Facts & Figures

Main Challenges

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Useful Guides

Behaviour Change


What Went Wrong with the Paris Referendum On E-Scooters?

Micromobility has an image problem. In Paris, a mix of poor planning and bad user habits came to a head as the public voted for e-scooters to be banned. Mobility expert Dagmara Wrzesińska’s outspoken criticism of how the referendum...

CityChanger Heinrich Strößenreuther: Founder of Climate & Cycling Referendums

If we seriously intend to limit global warming, we need more people like Heinrich Strößenreuther. This cycling and climate activist and serial NGO founder specialises in street-level change, and he’s using the political system to do it. The beauty...

Cycling Infrastructure


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