Mobycon advises Calgary
The City of Calgary has 12,000 riders coming in and out of downtown every day, and soon those riders will be able to get back and forth using a network of protected bike lanes. Mobycon CEO, Johan Diepens and Senior Consultant Angela van der Kloof are in Calgary this week helping to launch the the centre city cycle track network project.
As members of the project team, Johan and Angela will share expertise about Dutch best practices in planning for cyclists and creating cycling culture and educational programming. Calgary’s new network will include north-south running tracks as well as east-west tracks to allow cyclists of all comfort level to travel to downtown destinations.
For more information about the project or Mobycon’s experience in North America, contact Johan or Angela directly.
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