Explore the story of cycling in Europe, from its history and trends over 80 years to the interaction between urban design and how people get around. Moving into the present, look at how cities can be designed to support cycling, with an emphasis on compatibility with other modes of transportation. In today’s world, we’ll consider sustainable transport options, multimodal journeys, and integrating cycling into daily routines. Look ahead to the future, imagining solutions like bicycle highways and how design can transform travel habits.
- Contextualise the popularity of cycling within societial factors
- Discover the impact of urban design choices on cycling uptake
- Investigate the conflicts and synergies of travel modes, and how these affect travel behaviour
- Imagine the ideal cycling environment of the future.
This course is aimed at transport planners and professionals and anyone interested in the topic of cycling, and/or background in mobility planning, user experience, or social sciences.
About the Course
Free & Paid options
You can access and participate in the course for free. If you want to earn a certificate upon completion, you can purchase it. The certificate will be accessible only once the course is successfully completed. Read more here.