Cycling Infrastructure: From Concept to Design and Implementation

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This course gives you the building blocks and basic skills required to start designing your cycling city. You will discover the best practices in bicycle infrastructure design and how to bring these elements together in your home context. The final design project invites you to present a plan that transforms your street. Let’s get started!

This course is brought to you by Transport Malta, EIT Urban Mobility Academy, EIT Urban Mobility RIS Hub Malta & Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Malta.


Who is this course for?

  • Professionals in the field of urban mobility, urban planners, architects, civil engineers, etc. 
  • Students majoring in urban planning and transportation.
  • Urban activists, city enthusiasts, and concerned citizens.


Instructors

Dick van Veen

Dick van Veen

Dick is a senior traffic engineer and urban designer with almost 20 years of experience. In his work he is bridging the gap between traffic and public space, between ‘flowing’ and ‘staying’. For him, designing is never about just cars, but always involves the human condition. Street design is never a blueprint; guidelines are merely a starting point for design. Dick has helped many cities change toward more people friendly streets and places, in the Netherlands, Europe and North America.

Lior Steinberg

Lior Steinberg

Lior helps cities to look beyond functionality and to plan urban spaces that make people smile. His specialty is the multidisciplinary approach to urban planning and bicycle plans: it is never only about infrastructure, but also the quality of life, urban design, politics, communications, and many more. He worked on bicycle strategies and plans in different countries, like Tel Aviv’s bicycle strategy and Rotterdam’s bicycle vision.

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