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Experiencing Nijmegen’s cycling culture

We are excited to welcome you in the Netherlands, especially Arnhem and Nijmegen, during the international Velo-city congress (June 13 – 16). The Netherlands, known for its well-established cycling culture, is also worth a visit after congress hours. Mobycon has designed a map showing Nijmegen’s cycling culture highlights for congress’ visitors who have some spare time after or during the program. It helps to learn about the Dutch’ cycling culture, especially the unseen.


CIPTEC Research Project Survey: Please join!

Promising and innovative ideas, concepts and services that could improve the travel experience by Public Transport in European Cities. Would you like to co-design with us the future of the Public Transport sector and improve the quality of life in cities? Please answer the following questions!


Luxembourg looks to pedestrian- and cyclist-friendly laws

Improving walking and cycling is high on the national agenda in Luxemburg. With the perspective of reaching 25% of all trips made by bike or on foot by 2020, the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructures (MDDI) of Luxembourg is looking for means to encourage everyone throughout the country to take up cycling and walking


Mobycon supports Dutch road operator in EU ITS project

Two Mobycon colleagues in the Netherlands, Ronald Jorna and Hélène van Heijningen, support the Dutch national road operator Rijkswaterstaat in a series of European Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) projects. Rijkswaterstaat is one of the most advanced road operators in Europe and cooperates in these projects with other European public and private road operators. The projects are partly (20-50%) funded by the Connecting Europe Facility program of the European Commission which runs from 2014 to 2020.


Mobycon looks into traffic and parking in downtown Baarn

Downtown Baarn, 30 minutes south of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, is seeing a decline in shopping. To counter this, the town is taking a leap forward towards more quality in public space. After all, as Dutch research proves, the quality of public space is one of the most important reasons for people to visit a shopping area, even more so than accessibility or easy parking.


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