Cycling Cities: The European Experience (in Persian Language)

R. Oldenziel (Redacteur), B.A.M. Emanuel (Redacteur), A.A. Albert de la Bruhèze (Redacteur), F.C.A. Veraart (Redacteur)

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Cycling Cities is a richly illustrated volume analyzing 100 years of urban cycling-policy, use, and practice in 14 European cities in 9 countries. Why did some capitals and business centers became real cycling cities and others not? The book has gained traction in the news. Cycling Cities traces how policymakers, engineers, cyclists, or community groups campaigned--and made a difference since the early twentieth century. Cycling Cities covers: The Netherlands: Amsterdam, Utrecht, Enschede, Eindhoven, South-Limburg; Belgium: Antwerp; Denmark: Copenhagen; Germany: Hannover; Sweden: Stockholm, Malmö; Switzerland: Basel; United Kingdom: Manchester; Hungary: Budapest; France: Lyon. The richly illustrated book includes photos (ca. 100); tables (ca.100); graphs (11); maps (10); and info graphics (9) Cycling Cities is for everyone interested in sustainable urban mobility. It is an invaluable resource for the growing global community of policymakers, social groups, students, and teachers. Cycling Cities marks the launch of a major international research program for Sustainable Urban Mobility (SUM). Cycling Cities highlights:Daily cycling practices-from commuting to touring, Cycle infrastructures-from bicycle lanes to bike parking, Bike users-from activists to tourists, Policymaking-from politicians to traffic engineers." from book website.

This book is translated by TURPC into Persian language.
Originele taal-2Perzisch (Iran, Islamitische Republiek)
Plaats van productieTehran
UitgeverijTehran Urban Planning and Research Center
Aantal pagina's332
ISBN van geprinte versie978-622-7502-20-6
StatusGepubliceerd - 2021


  • Bicycle commuting
  • Traffic management
  • History, 20th Century
  • city logistics
  • Sustainability transitions

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