Cycle parking: a network planning approach
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Cycle parking: a network planning approach

Webinar: 10.30 - 11.45

3 Jul 2020

Training course

** Last chance to book **

Quality cycle parking is key to enabling more people to cycle. A bike is an important asset, a key mode of transport, and cyclists need to know that their bikes are safe and secure. The objective of cycle network planning is to make sure that every cycle trip starts and ends with a safe place to park.

Insufficient cycle parking, lack of convenience, lack of space to store a cycle at home and cycle theft and vandalism are cited as key barriers for potential cyclists.

This webinar will explore:

  • Implementing temporary and permanent schemes
  • Understanding cycle parking needs: where is the current and potential demand?
  • Supporting access to the high street and urban centres
  • Improving access to public transport and mobility hubs
  • Embedding cycle parking within planning frameworks
  • Developing and implementing cycle parking standards

Register here

Note: the link above is for delegate registration only: speakers will be sent a personal joining link

Chair: Adam Coffman, co Chair, All Party Parliamentary Cycling and Walking Group (APPCWG)

Panelists:

William Knighton, Stakeholder Manager & Integrated Transport Manager, Chiltern Railways

Chris Donaldson, Consultant, SYSTRA

Clare Rankin, Senior Project Officer, Cambridgeshire County Council

Matthew Danish, Trustee, CamCycle

Dean Foord, Sales Manager, Cyclepods


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