#1 – Photo Essay: The Three S’s of Dutch Cycling
Why do the the Dutch cycle? We think you can answer this question in three words: Simple, Safe and Sensible. With the help of a few pictures, we’ll show you why this is the case.
#2 – Following her Passions from Vancouver to Delft: Meet Melissa Bruntlett
If you spoke to Melissa Bruntlett in the summer of 2012 and told her where she would find herself in the spring of 2019, she would have laughed at the thought. After spending the seven years working in cycling advocacy in Vancouver, Canada, she now finds herself in an exciting position, joining Mobycon as their International Communications Specialist…
#3 – Everyone has the right to go home
Through personal experience, our communications specialists has come to have a greater appreciation of what the phrase, “Everyone has the right to go home,”actually means…
#4 – Pool-to-pool bike share: solving a real Dutch problem
Parking. It is a huge problem in many cities. Whether you have too much of it, or too little, everyone seems to have an opinion on it. The Netherlands is not a stranger to these discussions, but at our train stations, a parking problem of a very different kind is on the minds of policy makers…
#5 – The Five Pillars of Dutch Children Cycling
In the Netherlands, children cycle a lot, especially when compared to children in other countries. Almost 75% of school-aged children cycle to school; in Belgium that number is estimated at about 30% while in the UK and the US, estimates remain below 5%. Why do so many children cycle in the Netherlands? And how do we ensure that it stays that way, or rather keeps improving?