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Robin Kleine brings our Masterclass to Bilbao, Spain

Sustainable mobility is a necessity in cities. The irrevocable transformation is drawing a new urban landscape in which the bicycle is defined as the most healthy, economic and social way of moving. Aware of this, for years, cities around the world have been striving to ensure that the streets are again for bicycles and that people can use them in a comfortable and safe way to move. To explore how the municipalities of Bizkaia can make their cities, the Province of Biscay hosting a day long program featuring European mobility experts sharing best practice. Mobycon’s Robin Kleine will join them to share what that means from a Dutch perspective.

Robin KleineInfrastructures for cycling: a model for Bizkaia

Robin Kleine

Wednesday, 6 November; 9:15 – 10:30am

The master class will be taught by Robin Kleine, a Dutch mobility expert at the Mobycon consultancy, who will have had the opportunity to get to know Bizkaia and the most representative cycling routes projects in the territory. In this way, he can transfer his expert vision to the reality of the territory, offer recommendations, present similar success stories, answer questions. The main topics that will be covered in this one and a quarter hour session will be the design and planning of cycle paths, specific design of intersections, intermodality and secure parking.