Amsterdam Bike City bicycle platform is the network in which we share and strengthen cycling knowledge. Below you find options to join our community.
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Cycling is healthy, contributes to cleaner air and a liveable and accessible Amsterdam. Of all means of transport, bicycle usages is growing the most. In order to remain the bicycle city that Amsterdam has been for years, the municipality of Amsterdam is investing in new bicycle connections, bicycle parking solutions and innovation.
Transport Authority Amsterdam (VRA)
The Transport Authority Amsterdam is leading the mobility task in the busiest region of our country. Together with our fifteen municipalities, we ensure that people can travel comfortably, quickly and sustainably, in whatever way. In this way we contribute to an accessible and vital region that is constantly on the move.
In addition to our role as client of public transport in the region, we also invest in measures to stimulate bicycle use. For example, we are working on a network of high-quality, fast cycling routes. In order to stimulate the strong combination of bicycle and public transport, we also play an active role in the construction of bicycle parking facilities at stations. Because now almost half of all train travelers come to the station by bicycle.
Dutch Cyclists' Union Amsterdam
The Dutch Cyclists' Union Amsterdam has been committed to safe and pleasant cycling since 1975. For a city where cyclists find their freedom.
Royal HaskoningDHV has been a leading engineering firm in consultancy and project management for 140 years. With our expertise, partnerships and innovations, we contribute to a better society and make the lives of large groups of people worldwide easier, healthier and safer. We also contribute to this with our Bicycle Mobility Expert Team.
The municipality of Amsterdam is regularly asked to participate in (international) research projects and networks on mobility. In the Oval Table consultation with the Amsterdam knowledge institutions (AMS, HvA, VU, UvA and CWI), the Transport Authority Amsterdam and the Chief Technology Officer, current research projects and new opportunities are coordinated.
Vélo Mondial is led by Pascal van den Noort, a conceptual thinker, skilled moderator, mobility expert and your best option for learning about "Amsterdam and cycling".
Decisio is an economic research agency specialized in (spatial) economic issues. Our office is active in the fields of mobility and infrastructure, sustainable energy and water, regional and urban economy, market forces and effective government.
In 2006, the former refrigerated warehouse on the Piet Heinkade opened its doors as Pakhuis de Zwijger, a platform for creation and innovation, and started programming about the city, our country and the world of the future. In the past 15 years, we have grown into a unique regional, national and global stage, with the focus on bringing people together who (want to) make their contribution to the development of a more sustainable, fair and future-proof society.
The Dutch Cycling Embassy is a vast network of public and private organisations from the Netherlands who wish to share their expertise on building what supports the Dutch cycling culture to those interested.
Bringing cycling knowledge from science to practice and back.
Looking for the cycling network? Check out the map below!
In addition to our Amsterdam Bike City network, we also have an overview of the Amsterdam bicycle network.
Prefer to zoom in and out on the map? View the interactive map here!