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  1. News
    02 October 2013

    B-Track-B aims to push bicycle culture forward

    745 reads The European project B-Track-B (Bike-the-Track-Track-the-Bike) will demonstrate how modern technology can be used to get more people cycling during an event on Friday 25 October 2013 in Lisbon ...

  2. News
    13 December 2016

    Bragança to improve pedestrian accessibility (Portugal)

    1769 reads The municipality of Bragança is working on a mobility plan that will help pedestrians and people with reduced mobility walk around the city safely and more efficiently. The programme, ‘Bragança...

  3. News
    17 August 2017

    Can a new public bike hire scheme conquer the hills of Lisbon?

    3060 reads Lisbon is famous for its hills: seven of them lead down to its city centre. Some of its streets even offer funiculars to help people get up them. It therefore begs the question: could a bike...

  4. News
    04 March 2015

    Cross-border cycle path for Spain and Portugal

    2159 reads As part of a cross-border cooperative project, Eurocity of the Guadiana, a proposal has been put forward to introduce a cycle lane to the Guadiana International Bridge, which crosses the Guadiana...

  5. News
    25 April 2019

    Cycling education will soon be taught to pupils in Portuguese schools

    1660 reads By 2030, the Portuguese Government aims to boost cycling mobility throughout the country and is going to pursue this objective by making it compulsory for children to learn how to ride their...

  6. News
    29 May 2015

    Lisbon invests € 3.2m in pedestrian safety (Portugal)

    1660 reads The Portuguese capital of Lisbon will invest a total of € 3.2m in improving the accessibility and safety of the city's pedestrian network over the next three years. Actions include adapting...

  7. News
    04 August 2016

    Lisbon to double size of cycle network (Portugal)

    1682 reads The Portuguese capital of Lisbon is to increase its network of bicycle paths to accommodate the growing number of people cycling for transport and leisure. There are currently 60 kilometres of...

  8. News
    12 April 2016

    Lisbon to improve streets for pedestrians (Portugal)

    1434 reads The capital of Portugal, Lisbon, is spending €2 million on improvements to pedestrian infrastructure to make better walking conditions for residents and visitors. The local authority is planning...

  9. News
    10 April 2013

    Murtosa is the leading cycling city of Portugal

    1125 reads The cycling network in the City of Murtosa, Portugal, already exceeds 26 kilometres, according to the data released by the Municipality. The city has the highest percentage of bicycle use as a...

  10. News
    27 December 2012

    National Plan for the promotion of the bicycle and other soft modes (Portugal)

    1144 reads An Interministerial Working Group has completed and submitted the first “National Plan for the Promotion of the Bicycle and Other Soft Modes 2013-2020 to the Portuguese government. Portugal has a...