Preliminary programme: Thursday, March 24th


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Hotel Barceló Ciudad 21 Cycling Mobility
     
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09.00
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18.30
Registration
09.30
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11.00
Plenary 2
Learning about non-motorised cities, lifelong learning

(Simultaneous interpreting Eng-Spa/Spa-Eng)
Plenary Speakers: Lynn Sloman and Francesco Tonucci
Master of Ceremonies: Guillermo (Gil) Peñalosa

11.00
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11.30
Coffee Break
11.30
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13.00
Working Session 3 Giralda Room Gran Sevilla Room España (A+B) Rooms España (D) Room
3.1. Presentations

(Simultaneous interpreting Eng-Spa/Spa-Eng)
Non-motorised metropolitan commuting
Chair: Luis Morales
Cycle promotion in difficult contexts
Chair: Gonzalo Bueno Gómez

Big cities in big countries

Chair: Martin Held

The bicycle in the South of Spain: Seville and Andalucía

Chair: José García Cebrián

Are we selling cyclists short
Jospeh Sladen and Margo Hemphill
Colin Buchanan Consultants
Language: English
Country: UK
Promoting cycling with a group of women in Mexico City
Helga Marie González Nieves
Language: Spanish
Country: Mexico
Cycling’s comeback in Chinese metropolis
Troels Andersen
Consultant ITDP
Language: English
Country: Denmark
The cycle track network in Seville
José David Muñoz de la Torre
Sevilla Bike Bureau
Language: Spanish
Country: Spain
E-learning course on cycling policies and pedelecs from PRESTO: Promoting Cycling for everyone as a daily transport mode
Florinda Boschetti
ECF
Language: English
Country: Italy
Africycle Malawi
Jonny Perrott
Africycle
Language: English
Country: Malawi
Rio de Janeiro: The opportunity to install an integrated bike way system
Altamirando Fernandes Moraes

Language: English
Country: Brazil
Regional Government of Andalusia
Language: Spanish
Country: Spain
Cartuja Room
3.2. Round Tables Cycling master-plan in Israel
Otto Friedmann
Architect
Language: Spanish
Country: Israel
Women, city and mobility. Cycling in the cycle of life of women and the city of Quito-Ecuador
María Fernanda Porras
Ciclopolis
Language: Spanish
Country: Ecuador
Can public bike hire schemes benefit from the provision of Cycle Training?
Paul Lowe
cyclinginstructor.com
Language: English
Country: UK
Nurturing local courage for social bike programs:
Inspirations from Uganda,
Sue Knaup
One Street
Language: English
Country: USA
Promoting cycling in schools and university in Aveiro
Arminda Soares
Municipality of Aveiro
Mário Alves
Mobility consultant
Language: English
Country: Portugal
A network of cycling paths: a new opportunity to develop the ecotourism in Sicily
Michele Lo Presti
University of Palermo
Language: English
Country: Italy
Interventions in Urban Furniture and Painting to calm the traffic
Màrius Navazo
Mobility Consultant
Language: Spanish
Country: Spain
The "Move by bike" Programme
Lucia Yolanda Alonso
Circuito Correr es Salud
Language: Spanish
Country: Mexico
  Andalucía 1 & 2 Rooms Andalucía 3 Room Andalucía 4 Room Andalucía 5 Room
3.3. Workshops Paths to school
Francesco Tonucci
Language: Spanish
Country: Italy
Planning and Investing for sustainable urban mobility in developing countries and emerging economies
Christian Schlosser
UN-Habitat
Language: English
Country: Global
4th ispo innovation forum: Economic Potentials in Urban Bicycle Policies
Eckehard Fozzy Moritz
SportKreativWerkstatt
Language: English
Country: Germany
 
13.00
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15.00
Lunch
15.00
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16.30
Plenary 3
Public investment for a better life, the efficiency of cycling investments


(Simultaneous interpreting Eng-Spa/Spa-Eng)
Plenary Speakers: Pilar Vega and Eva Willumsen
Master of Ceremonies: Guillermo (Gil) Peñalosa

16.30
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17.00
Coffee Break
17.00
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18.30










Working Session 4 Giralda Room Gran Sevilla Room España (A+B) Rooms España (D) Room
4.1. Presentations

(Simultaneous interpreting Eng-Spa/Spa-Eng)

Concepts, guidelines and criteris for infrastructure and promotion

Chair: Valle López-Tello

Improving lives in Africa

Chair: Pedro Malpica

Bike sharing in different cities and contexts

Chair: José García Cebrián

Cycle culture and behavioral change

Chair: Doretta Vicini

Comparison of guidelines and for cycle infrastructure planning
Jeffery Archer and Louise Gustafsson
Sweco Infrastructure
Language: English
Country: Sweden
Bicycles aren’t only used for sport; they can change and improve lives too
Dustin McBride
Zambikes CO Ltd.
Language: English
Country: Zambia
Maintaining a public bike scheme
a sociological aproach on Velib´Paris
Martín Trioni
Ecole des Mines de Paris
Language: Spanish
Country: France
Developing a cycling behavioural change strategy for the c¡ity of Sydney
Jonathan Daly
GHD Pty Ltd
Language: English
Country: Australia

The public bike systems of JCDecaux
Sébastien Decaux

JCDecaux
Language: English
Country: France

A Toolbox for environmental and urban sanity
Morten Kerr
Norwegian Cyclists association
Language: English
Country: Norway
Prosperity and mobility in Namibia
Michael Linke
Ben Namibia
Language: English
Country: Namibia
Review of the first year of bikesharing in the United States and Australia
Alison Cohen
Alta Bicycle Share
Language: English
Country: USA
Cartuja Room
4.2. Round Tables Impact of age on active transport habits in urban residents in Slovenia
Janet Klara Djomba
Universiity Ljubljana, Slovenia
Language: English
Country: Slovenia
Plan for cycling
Olle Evenaes
City of Malmoe
Language: English
Country: Sweden
How to integrate the bicycle as a mode of transport in order
to change cities into healthier and more liveable places?
Godwin Okeaduh
Expert on Bicycle Issues
Language: English
Country: Nigeria
Cargo bikes, the third cycling revolution
Jordi Manuel Galí
vanAPEDAL
Language: Spanish
Country: Spain
Biking in adolescence,
Susan L. Handy Sarah K.
Underwood University of California at Davis
Language: English
Country: USA
Lisbon’s green cycle strategy 2007-2010,
José Sá Fernandes
Lisbon Municipality
Language: Spanish
Country: Portugal
Bus&Bike Service: Making Simplicity Effective
Armando Gutiérrez
Consorcio de Transporte, Sevilla
Language: Spanish
Country: Spain
Quantitative assessment methods in support for cycling policy formulation
Joerg Schweizer
University of Bologna
Language: English
Country: Italy
  Andalucía 1 & 2 Rooms Andalucía 3 Room Andalucía 4 Room Andalucía 5 Room
4.3.Workshops Bicycle Helmets – do we need a European Legislation?
Britta Wieskötter
Universitätsklinikum Mnster
Language: English
Country: Germany
Dimensions of organisational culture as a tool for upgrading chances of development of a cycling culture in car oriented communities
Piotr Kuropatwinski
University of Gdansk
Pomeranian Association "Common Europe" (PSWE)
Language: English
Country: Poland
12% - How to involve residents, living on hills of any cities, into bicycle transport
Balázs Mez?s
Budapest Transport Center
Language: English
Country: Hungary
The Right of slowness: a Tool to Promote Cycling in Cities
Juan Merallo Grande
Language: Spanish
Country: Spain

 
20.30
Official Cocktail (at the Casino de la Exposición)

 

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Thematic Legend
Education / Habits
Health
Cultue / Society
Economy
City / Infrastructure
Politics
Bicycle Tourism / Routes