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Velo-city 2013 program online!

We are happy to announce that the conference program for Velo-city 2013 is available online now. The program features more than 300 experts and city representatives from five continents, who will enrich the professional debate through 240 lectures, seminars, workshops and other interactive discussion formats. The program of Velo-city 2013 features a substantial share of female presenters on the plenary sessions. Last but not least, Velo-city 2013 will put an emphasis on the participation of NGOs and cycling advocacy experts, which will support the exchange between cycling advocates and city administrations.

Have a look at the complete Velo-city 2013 conference program.


ECF meeting in Vienna

For the last time before the conference, the Velo-city 2013 Executive Committee will meet on
8 March 2013
in Vienna. In keeping with the motto “Cycling is a City Changer”, Vice-Mayor Maria Vassilakou, ECF President Manfred Neun and Velo-city Vienna Conference Director Wolfgang Dvorak will highlight cycling-related news about Vienna and Velo-city 2013. Vienna’s new cycling infrastructure, advances in cycling campaigning and international innovations made visible by the Cycling Visionaries Awards will demonstrate that a smart and liveable city can highly benefit from cycling.
Vienna’s Cycling Cultures Network

One element within the scope of the preparations for Velo-city 2013 was a series of networking meetings to boost the interest in cycling among Vienna’s cultural sector. Various stakeholders of Vienna’s cultural sector, such as museums, theatres, festivals, libraries or off-scene venues were brought together to give thought to more intense work involving (bi)cycles. This cycling story presents an overview of the institutions and initiatives committed to building the Vienna Cycling Cultures Network as a process of manifesting social capital to facilitate the development (and evolution) of cycling cultures in Vienna.

Read more about this Cycling Story.


Interdepartmental urban design studio “Velocity”

During the 2012/2013 winter term at Vienna University of Technology, an interdepartmental urban design studio with the title “Velocity” was concerned with putting urban cycling on its main agenda. Students from the fields of landscape architecture, traffic planning and spatial planning were asked to design a cycling infrastructure that would run along Wien River. The design studio showed how cycling used as a premise of urban design can enrich our urban environment and make us rethink our cities.

Read more about this Cycling Story.

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The Velo-city 2013 conference office
Ebendorferstraße 2
A-1082 Vienna
Austria

phone: +43 1 4000 88770
email: info@velo-city2013.com
www.velo-city2013.com


We strive to organize this meeting according to the criteria of the Austrian Eco-label for Green Meetings.