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Bike Friendly Cities
Project: -hoe tot dit project gekomen -Inhoudelijk -Financieel
Bike friendly Cities 1 Hoe tot dit project gekomen? Integraal fietsprogramma Financieel
Twee zeëen programma Bike Friendly Cities Economie Omgeving (fysiek) Leefkwaliteit (sociaal)
Bike Friendly Cities
Integraal fietsprogramma wordt Bike Friendly Cities - integraal pakket creatief (asfalt > gezondheid) - crosborder cooperation (learner climber champion) - Innovatief - Bike Friendly Cities
Drie hoofdactiviteiten - Integrated cycling strategies: 1 - demonstrating bikefriendly concepts - raising awareness Bike Friendly Cities
Activity 1. Integrated cycling strategies: 1 - handbook - Hardware, orgware, software - breed integraal Bike Friendly Cities
Activity 2. D emonstrating bike friendly concept: 1 - innovatief - cycle hubs & facilities - bicycle ringroad - demonstrating effectiveness Bike Friendly Cities
Activity 3. Awareness and creating a culture of cycling: 1 - cross border user group analysis - awareness campaigns - evaluation of the campaigns Bike Friendly Cities
FINANCIEEL cofinanciering - BDU/subsidie - uren inzet - x%- financieel gedekte projecten - kadernota/mobiliteitspotjes - fin. participatie derden Bike Friendly Cities
Awareness campaign - survey Bike Friendly Cities
The flying experts Bike Friendly Cities
Lead partner Middelburg
Bike Friendly Cities
Drie hoofdactiviteiten Bike Friendly Cities Integrated cycling strategy Demonstrating bike friendly concepts Raising awareness
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