2030 cities – will dordrecht be a winner or a loser? ecf gratefully acknowledges financial support...
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2030 cities will Dordrecht be a winner or a loser? ECF gratefully acknowledges financial support from the European Commission. Slide 2 ECF 2020 Aims Cycling at least doubled to 15% modal share average in Europe The rate of cyclists killed or seriously injured per km in Europe decreased by 50% To achieve this Incorporate cycling in all relevant policies Investment in cycling is at least 10% of transport budgets Investment in recreational cycling and tourism Advocacy and promotion for cycling International advocacy, promotion Supporting national advocacy through member groups, partners, networks Demonstration projects, research, development of new approaches, promotion Organizing, attending and promoting events e.g. the ECF Velo-city Series, International Transport Forum 2 Slide 3 2030 cities will Dordrecht be a winner or a loser? Cycling is an indicator of a citys future sustainability Which investments now for 2030 prosperity? 3 Slide 4 4 Slide 5 5 Slide 6 6 Slide 7 Who will be the winning cities by 2030? 7 Slide 8 8 Slide 9 Cycling as an indicator: Trips under 7.5km Leaders will be at >60% daily share Major restructuring of retail behaviour Trips 7.5km 20km Skilled workforce travelling by Bike Bike and public transport Pedelec Retail shift new urban logistics 9 Slide 10 10 Slide 11 2030 cities will Dordrecht be a winner or a loser? Cycling is an indicator of a citys future sustainability Economic viability Retail vitality Quality of life Which investments now for 2030 prosperity? Long term network investment Investment from and for every aspect of life Cycling as mass transit 11 Slide 12 Thank you for your attention ! For more information email@example.com @eucyclistsfed @maynekevin www.ecf.com www.idonotdespair.com