Transit network integration
The secret element to make cycling work everywhere, even in massive megacities.
Integrating cycling to transit systems improves the efficiency of both, while creates healthier, more social environments and more efficient land uses.
Bicycle share schemes
Transit based bike hire
Corporate bike fleet
Geographic Weighted Regression
Catchment area analysis
Cycling potential measurement
Infrastructure and Design
Cycling network planning
Quick and cost-efficient interventions
Building websites, blogs
Social media training
Scalable training materials
Cycling is the most efficient, equitable, healthy, accessible and environmentally friendly transport mode. Providing infrastructure for cycling unlocks the potential to allow literally anyone from the earliest ages the right to safe mobility. Cycling is even more energy efficient than walking, creates less strain on the human body and effectively lengthens travellers' lives. Due to the low cost of entry, cycling also means that people from any social and economic segment can enjoy the benefits of flexible, independent travel. Cycling also facilitates interactions en-route, improving social and spatial awareness.
Cycling is the most efficient mode of mobility. The least energy input to source and tool allows the furthest ride compared to any other mode.
More customers passing shop windows, more space for customer parking. Cyclists help revitalising the high street and keeping retail income in locality.
Cycling means business. Those who cycle to work report less absence compared to non-cycling colleages in the Netherlands.
Every minute cycled expands life expectency with an additional minute.
Young, old, weak, strong. Cycling improves social equity by providing a mutual platform for mobility for rich and poor.
The Dutch health system saves annually €3bn relative to similar social groups in Germany thanks to the health benefits of cycling.
Budapest Transit integration
Redevelopping the Hungarian capital's transit network so that more people have better access to mobilityRead the blogpost
Moscow Bike-Transit Case
How to make a megalopolis cycle friendly. It works for 17mln people in the Netherlands, should work for 13mln in Moscow.Read the blogpost
The secret lies in good integration of high-level transit (train, BRT, metro etc) and cycling.
Malta Transport Planning
Cycle network and BRT planningRead the blogpost
London parking assessment