Help us identify small projects that would have the biggest and quickest positive impact. We want to help creating a better context for everyone in London - from kids to elders - to be able to move around by bike in a safe, easy and nice way.
A special planner and politician consultation combining an online survey and a number of interviews. It's time to offer reciprocity to TfL! Why? To understand what the issues and constraints are that prevent planners to do one of their most crucial job faster: making roads safe for all. The ultimate goal is to find solutions to accelerate and improve their processes.
Beautiful, fun and educational games on easy, safe and kind cycling in urban contextes - information on cycling styles, street designs and regulations. Board, card and online games, to share - in a fun way - the knowledge accumulated for 40 years in the Netherlands on cycling in dense urban areas.
Setting up pop-up lanes on the most dangerous streets in London Zone 1 that are busy high streets such as Old Street, Clerkenwell and Theobalds Roads, Moorgate, Holborn, City Road and many more, to prove the adage again 'If you build them (at the right place), they will ride'.
A study on the impact of riding race and mountain bikes in an urban context to understand what bikes were used when accidents occurred and make London race and mountain bike users aware of the risk they take in riding such bikes in an urban context. This induces having the neck blocked to look around well and having the head in front of the hands.
A Booklet showing all differences between London and the Netherlands in terms of cycling styles, street designs and regulations, to make people aware of the possible and feasible improvements in London, already in use for 40 years just across the North Sea.
Fun and educative workshops on Dutch Cycling styles, street design and regulations, and how they could be applied in London, to make people aware of the possible and feasible improvements in London, already in use for 40 years just across the North Sea.
A campaign on the promotion of using practical and pragmatic planning regulations to catch up with the tradition that the UK historically shares with other Northwestern European countries that are Scandinavian countries, Germany, Flanders and even the North of France. Why? To stop creating regulations based on theory and adapt the existing ones to the reality.
A Design Jam, creative workshop of a few hours with interested, on strict liability. This law and above all, strong governmental message on their will to protect vulnerable road users, exists everywhere in Europe except Romania, Cyprus, Ireland, Malta and the UK, to find solutions to unblock passing the law on strict liability and eventually send a strong message to all road users in London and the UK, just like in the Netherlands.
Local and outdoor exhibition showing how streets would look like designed the Dutch way, to make every road user aware that their daily pain and unsafety can be resolved by easy urban design solutions that are in use for over 40 years just across the sea and that these happening here is now a matter of emergency.
Introducing Car-free Sundays in Central London and borough town centres, to reduce air and noise pollution, to be less oil-dependant in general, to give residents an idea of their locality with fewer cars, to encourage people to buy locally and participate in local events, to feel safe to walk and cycle, to relax...
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