It’s no secret that Denmark is routinely ranked as one of the happiest countries in the world. At Copenhagenize, we seek to promote one part of what we believe is the key to happiness and liveability: the bicycle.
As part of our work on a new bicycle communications campaign for the City of Saskatoon, we visited with our partners 8 80 Cities, talking with S’tooners about their experiences riding a bike in Saskatoon and hearing about why they love their City.
While some may associate cycling in Kazakhstan with the country’s Astana Pro Team, the City of Shymkent is working to facilitate cycling as an everyday mode of transportation. Our team visited to collect data and begin work on an upcoming bicycle network strategy.
A common myth is that taking away car space in order to make room for pedestrians or bikes will damage local business. Yet again, the most recent numbers from Madrid — the latest city to remove cars from its city centre — disprove this notion.
The Eurométropole of Strasbourg is developing a network of cycle superhighways, called vélostras, to connect all of the cities within its metropolitan area. Copenhagenize Design Co. designed a logo, visual identity, and comprehensive wayfinding strategy.