German National Cycling Plan 2020 (Published in English)
The German National Cycling Plan 2020 presents the German Federal Government's political commitment to promote cycling as part of sustainable transport development. The strategy addresses all levels of Government and works to promote cycling and incease the cycling mode share of trips up to 15% of all trips by 2020.
Fri 4th Oct 2013
Briefing on the Government’s Ambition for Cycling
The UK Department of Transport has released a report outlining their ambition for cycling. The report covers infrastructure, education and a range of other important initiatives. A key component of the UK's strategy is to invest in the next generation of bicycle enthusiasts through their Bikeability education program. This program teaches children how to cycle safely, confidently and competently on the road and is an essential component of building a successful bicycle culture in the future.
Mon 23rd Sep 2013
Walking, Riding and Access to Public Transport—supporting active travel in Australian communities
This report sets out how the Australian Government will work to increase the proportion of people who are walking and riding for short trips, and accessing public transport.
Tue 30th Jul 2013
Amsterdam long-term cycle plan 2012 - 2016
The long term cycling plan of the City of Amsterdam will create 38,000 new bicycle parking places and 15 kilometres of red asphalt bike lanes on the most dangerous roads. The City Council plans to invest 57 million euros in measures designed to benefit cyclists. The Long-term Cycle Plan 2012 - 2016 outlines the proposed projects and the city's future cycling policy.
Tue 1st Jan 2013
Cycling into the Future 2013-23
The Victorian Government released Cycling into the Future 2013-23 to support the growth of cycling in Victoria. The strategy will be supported by a series of Action Plans, which will be periodically updated as work is completed. The strategy includes a plan to spend more than $30 million on bicycle infrastructure in 2012-13.
Thu 27th Dec 2012
Chicago streets for cycling plan 2020
This plan guides the development of a citywide network of 150-250 miles of bikeways that will make bicycling a safe and easy option for all residents. Once built, the bikeways network will safely connect residents to their daily needs with a healthy, affordable and green form of transportation.
Wed 19th Dec 2012
Western Australian Bicycle Network Plan 2012 -2021 Draft
The Western Australian Bicycle Network Plan 2012 to 2021 incorporates a review of its predecessor, the 1996 Perth Bicycle Network Plan, while also taking in regional cycling. It maps the way ahead to service Western Australia’s expanding cycling needs - particularly those of riders commuting to work - for the decade to 2021.
Sat 1st Dec 2012
Cycling for Everyone: A Regional Cycling Strategy for Metro Vancouver
This strategy, developed by the Vancouver based transport provider TransLink, aims to guide regional cycling investment and programming to significantly increase cycling and improve cycling safety. The document, published in July 2011, describes the state of cycling in Metro Vancouver, assesses the potential to increase cycling, articulates a clear vision, sets goals and measurable targets, and outlines a comprehensive package of strategies. Supporting documents can be found here.
Thu 22nd Nov 2012
National Cycling Strategy 2011-16 Implementation Report 2011
This report provides an overview of progress towards the objectives of the National Cycling Strategy 2011-16. The Australian Bicycle Council’s National Cycling Participation Survey provided the baseline for the Strategy’s target of doubling the number of peoplecycling in Australia by 2016. In this first year of the strategy Australian states and territories invested $89.08 million in cycling related infrastructure, education and promotion to reach that target.
Thu 22nd Nov 2012
Smart Move: City of Adelaide’s Transport & Movement Strategy 2012-2022
Smart Move, The City of Adelaide’s Transport and Movement Strategy 2012-22 outlines Council’s desired transport and movement outcomes for the City, and the strategies to achieve these over the next 10 years. The Strategy aims to make the City more accessible by accommodating greater travel choices to meet the needs of all users. The Strategy’s key priority is to create a people-friendly City by improving conditions for pedestrians, cyclists and those using public transport.