VISION: The journey to reestablishing the bicycle as urban transport starts with a strong but simple vision - designing for people first. As urban mobility consultants, we inspire cities about the necessary steps as well as assisting them in developing their ideas to meet the full potential of your vision for a liveable city with a strong bicycle profile.
DESIGN: Once the vision is determined, we figure out how to get there – combining our expertise in world class best-practice designs with a respect for human movement. The bicycle is one of the most efficient human-powered modes for getting around and we use this, along with human nature, as a guide for designing active mobility master plans. It goes without saying that each city is special, which is why much of Copenhagenize's research and planning is conducted locally, and at street-level. The site visit is the foundation for designing the plan. From here we tailor best-practice to suit the city - realising the vision for a liveable and bicycle-friendly city.
STRATEGY: Copenhagenize is with you along every step of the design process. From listening to your vision in the beginning to analysing what needs to be done to get there, we create an active transportation strategy for your liveable city. With human-powered movement as our focus, we create a system that integrates seemlessly with existing transportation networks. Copenhagenize's bicycle strategy plan will not only create an impeccably-designed system of bicycle networks and facilities, but help achieve your goal of becoming a modern sustainable city.
• Preliminary Bicycle Plans for cities & towns
• Mapping Desire Lines of cyclists & pedestrians (read more)
• Master bicycle planning for cities & towns
• Design and placement of bicycle infrastructure
• Impact calculations for health and health economics
• Consultants on all bicycle projects
• Safe routes to schools/bicycles on the curriculum
• Bicycle parking planning
• Bicycle Urbanism Design Studio
• The Kickstand Sessions - Masterclasses in Bicycle Planning, Policy & Communications