Following up on a successful visit to Velocity 2017 in Nijmegen, Rick Lindeman made a visit to the United States in September.
In September the European Mobility Week took place in Florence, Italy. The DCE helped organize sessions concerning intermodality and urban planning.
On October 4th, the Dutch Cycling Vision was launched by offering the first copy to the Secretary of State Mrs. Stientje van Veldhoven!
Last week, we had the honour of welcoming 8 members from the municipality of Oslo. Their goal was to experience the Dutch cycle-related urban and mobility developments, focused on retrofit projects with limited room for expansion, as this is a challenge they are facing in Oslo.
From 28-29 september 2018, VeloFinland (the National Bike Summit of Finland) took place in Turku!
This Thursday, October 4th, the RDM Submarine Wharf in Rotterdam South will be transformed into one big Living Lab.
The Dutch Cycling Embassy was present at the ITS 2018 in Copenhagen. Jointly with the Cycling Embassy of Denmark, we participated to the session “Connected, cooperative and sustainable – How cities can accelerate cycling through intelligent mobility solutions.”
On 27 and 28 September, the Dutch Consulate in Istanbul organized a Dutch Design Session specified to cycle lane ideas.
The first Holland-Florence workshop was held in Pallazio Vecchio on the 21st of October in Florence, Italy.
On Tuesday September 18th, the DCE received a delegation from the Province of Nakhon Phanom, Thailand. The DCE was introduced to delegates of this province by Adrie Braat, who noticed the upcoming cycling culture when visiting the region last year.