The first thing that often comes to mind when discussing innovation in mobility is new mobility technology. Yet whether a measure is innovative depends on the local context. Even a cycle lane can be seen as an innovation in a city that has not yet established any cycling infrastructure.
Cycling in the urban and functional urban area was explored by FastTrack cities, who focused on the potential of (e-)bike technologies and bike sharing schemes with respect to creating more sustainable mobility systems.
CIVITAS FastTrack has helped cities accelerate the roll-out of sustainable mobility innovations through knowledge-exchange and capacity building.
This Factsheet explores how cycling in the urban and functional urban area is impacted by stakeholder engagement, data collection, business models and governance.