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The Mobycon team regularly writes about our work and the changing trends in mobility. Read about how Mobycon is helping improve mobility and public space in the Netherlands and globally, and learn about events we are participating in.

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October 2022
Zach Vanderkooy

Mobycon at MRTPS: Dutch-Inspired Transportation Solutions in Mountain Towns

October 2022
Moniek Jansen

The European Urban Mobility Days 2022 Summary

September 2022
Wayne Gong

Bike-Train Tourism at its Finest in Canada

September 2022
Melissa Bruntlett

Melissa Bruntlett to host ICBF Conference 2022

August 2022
Stephen Kurz

Electrification and Accessibility: How an e-bike has reignited my father’s freedom to move

August 2022
Ronald Jorna

Bicycles and ITS: The smart bicycle library

August 2022
Mary Elbech

Communities on the Move: Inspiring welcoming spaces to walk and cycle in Fairview, NC

July 2022
Melissa Bruntlett

Addressing Sexual Harassment on Transport Starts with Prioritising it

July 2022
Melissa Bruntlett

Awareness, Advocacy, and the Role of Data in Addressing Sexual Harassment on Public Transport

July 2022
Emily Thomason

Welcome Emily!

June 2022
Wayne Gong

Which Cities in Canada Have the Most Cycleable IKEA Store

June 2022
Melissa Bruntlett

Velo-City 2022 Summary

June 2022

Mobycon at Velo-City 2022

June 2022
Melissa Bruntlett

Freedom to Move: How cycling helps enable more inclusive transport

May 2022
Melissa Bruntlett

The 15-Minute City: A Feminist Utopia?

May 2022
Angela van der Kloof

Safe Way to School in Georgia: Tactical Urbanism Pilot at Public School #14 in Batumi

May 2022
Babet Hendriks

Need to understand residents’ mobility needs? Start by asking

April 2022
Wayne Gong

A Mobyconer in China Part 2: What Safe Active Transportation Facilities Have in Common

April 2022
Eric Post

Making the Case for Level of Traffic Stress Analysis

March 2022
Zach Vanderkooy

Fundamentals of a Safety First Approach

March 2022
Melissa Bruntlett

How electric cycles and micromobility are enabling more inclusive transport

March 2022

Developing a Recreational Cycling Route Network in Denmark

March 2022
Eric Post

Canadian National AT Fund open for applications

March 2022
Melissa Bruntlett

Feminist Mobility: Why I am speaking up about it and what it means to me

February 2022
Melissa Bruntlett

The most important element is the human element : More inclusive design for the visually impaired

February 2022

CITE March Webinar: From the Netherlands to North America – best practices in multimodal integration 

February 2022
Anna Wyner

Learning through lived experience: Welcome Anna!

January 2022
Wayne Gong

A Mobyconer in China Part 1: Bike-sharing

January 2022
Zach Vanderkooy

On Importing Dutch Design to North America: Welcome Zach Vanderkooy to the Mobycon Team

January 2022
Eric Post

A New Daily Routine: School Streets in Kingston, Canada

January 2022
David Wansink

Internship opportunity - Cycling and Sustainable Mobility in the DACH-region

January 2022

The Growing E-Bike Boom: Mobycon on CBC Radio Calgary

December 2021
Ronald Jorna

Bicycles and ITS: How smart cycling is making a breakthrough in ITS

December 2021
Stephen Kurz

Partaking in the ultimate pedestrian experience: El Camino de Santiago

November 2021
Melissa Bruntlett

Accessible Cities and the Myth of Car Dependence

October 2021

Internship Opportunity - International Communications Intern

October 2021
Ronald Jorna

Bicycle and ITS: Using Smart Cameras to increase bicycle safety

September 2021
Lennart Nout

Mobycon + Transport Decarbonization Alliance: Why we joined

September 2021

Women in Cycling at the International Mobility Summit: Looking at the future of cycling from a woman's lens

September 2021

Talking 30km/hr zones at the OTC Annual Conference

August 2021

Sharing our stories at this year's VeloCity in Lisbon, Portugal

August 2021
Wayne Gong

How adding a sign can expand a city's bike network

July 2021
Ronald Jorna

Bicycle and ITS: cycling apps in all shapes and sizes

July 2021
Melissa Bruntlett

For your summer reading list - Curbing Traffic: The Human Case for Fewer Cars in Our Lives

July 2021
Eelco Bos

Vehicle Intelligent Speed Assistance will bring change to road signs in the coming years

June 2021
Ryan Jacobson

What makes a good ‘Ommetje’? Finding the joy of walking

June 2021
Brett Petzer

15-minute city: A network of 15-minute neighbourhoods

June 2021
Melissa Bruntlett

Connection, Integration and Leadership: The building blocks for the vision of the pedestrian

June 2021

Discovering the Value of Intercity Cycling Routes

June 2021
Brett Petzer

Launching toward a more cycle-friendly future in France