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18 years of German Mobility Panel (MOP): The long-term study of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology monitors the processes and changes in everyday mobility behavior. The study shows that more and more Germans get on their bicycles, ‘established’ cyclists use it more often.
The Kennisplatform Verkeer en Vervoer [Transport Knowledge Resource Centre] analysed the potential of the pedelec for commuting to all major cities in the Netherlands. Certain locations can expect a 20% increase in cycling due to the advent of bicycles with electric support.
The Cycle to Work Scheme provides an affordable solution to reducing commuting costs helping some employees save up to 42 per cent of the cost of a new bike and safety equipment.
The influence of the consumer on climatic changes caused by complete processing chains – the Consumer Carbon Footprint (CCF) – may be larger than has been thought.
In Denmark's third biggest city Odense, electric bicycles are becoming more and more commonplace alongside conventional bicycles. An electric cycling campaign, carried out in the city for the first half of 2010, is behind this newfound popularity.
The "Cycling Demonstration Towns" programme in England (2008/11) shows first successes: Aylesbury, Brighton & Hove, Darlington, Derby, Exeter and Lancaster with Morecambe annouce increase of cycling by 27 percent - cost-benefit-factor at least by 3:1
New figures suggest there has been a significant rise in the number of adults in England who regularly cycle.
Value for money National Cycle Network is cutting car traffic and getting more people active
Customer survey by the municipality of Paris shows almost complete satisfaction. 46 percent of Vélib users drive more seldom with their cars.
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