Dutch Cycling – pour un monde vélosympathique

Désirez-vous plus de cyclistes dans votre ville ? Nul besoin de réinventer la roue.

Bien que rouler à vélo soit une seconde nature pour les Néerlandais, ça n’a pas toujours été ainsi. Nous voulons partager nos connaissances et notre expertise sur tous les aspects du cyclisme pour que plus de villes puissent faire l’expérience des avantages du vélo.

Dernières nouvelles:

Academy Session with Deutsche Bahn

Movares Deutsche Bahn presentation

On October 26, the Dutch Cycling Embassy and Simone Jorink from Movares had an Academy Session with Deutsche Bahn.

Utrecht's Largest Municipal Bike Parking

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Utrecht opens its largest municipal bicycle parking facility with modern space for 900 bicycles in the city center.

Sustainable Mobility in Clermont-Ferrand

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Dutch Cycling Embassy and two of its participants join sustainable mobility event in Clermont-Ferrand, France.

LUMIGUIDE Awarded ProRail Contract

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LUMIGUIDE will equip around 100,000 bicycle parking spaces at ProRail stations over the next eight years.

Study tour for the City of Gdańsk

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On September 27 and 28th, a delegation from the City of Gdańsk visited the Netherlands. The trip covered three different cities Utrecht, Houten, and Nijmegen.

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Les bénéfices du cyclisme:

  • Cycling helps to improve the quality of our public space .

    Cycling helps to improve the quality of our public space                                .
    Public space will be improved by turning car parks into bike lanes and playgrounds with green areas to improve the local environment. Cycling is silent and helps to reduce traffic noise.
  • Cyclists spend more!

    Cyclists spend more!


    Cyclists shop more locally, more often and are more loyal compared to car drivers. Although cyclists spend less per visit, they spend more overall because they shop more often than people driving.
  • Bicycle use reduces CO2 footprint

    Bicycle use reduces CO2 footprint


    Compared to cars and buses, the product life cycle of a bicycle generates minimal carbon emissions.
  • Cycling improves the local air quality

    Cycling improves the local air quality
    Local air quality improves drastically when switching from cars to bicycles. Switching from car to bicycle reduces 65% NOx pollution per km travelled.
  • Cycling helps to improve the quality of our public space

    Cycling helps to improve the quality of our public space
    Public space will be improved by turning car parks into bike lanes and playgrounds with green areas to improve the local environment. Cycling is silent and helps to reduce traffic noise.
  • Riding a bicycle costs less!

    Riding a bicycle costs less!


    The annual cost of riding a bike is approx. 300 euros whereas the annual cost of driving a car is approx. 8500 euros.
  • Society benefits from an urban km travelled by bicycle

    Society benefits from an urban km travelled by bicycle
    A kilometer covered by bike yields a social benefit of 0.68 euro, whereas cars and buses cost society 0.37 and 0.29 euros per km travelled respectively.
  • Cycling helps to improve the quality of our public space .

    Cycling helps to improve the quality of our public space                                .
    Public space will be improved by turning car parks into bike lanes and playgrounds with green areas to improve the local environment. Cycling is silent and helps to reduce traffic noise.
  • Cyclists spend more!

    Cyclists spend more!


    Cyclists shop more locally, more often and are more loyal compared to car drivers. Although cyclists spend less per visit, they spend more overall because they shop more often than people driving.

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Nos projets à travers le monde:

Albania

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Australia

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Belgium

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Brazil

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Cyprus

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Ecuador

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France

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Hong Kong

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Mexico

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Portugal

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Israel

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Romania

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