Cycling Cities Publications

  • introduces the international comparative research program for Sustainable Urban Mobility (SUM)
  • analyzes 5 factors why some cities become true cycling cities and others do not
  • covers 14 cities, 9 countries, over 100 years
  • includes Amsterdam, Utrecht, Enschede, Eindhoven, Southeast-Limburg; Antwerp; Copenhagen; Hannover; Stockholm, Malmö; Basel; Manchester; Budapest; and Lyon
Your-City-Next  applies the 5-factor analysis to cities around the world
Arnhem-Nijmegen 2017
The Hague 2018
Munich 2018
Johannesburg 2019
Rotterdam 2019
Forthcoming Lisbon,  Graz, Leuven, Barcelona, Kano, Mumbai, Sao Paolo, Birmingham….
Want to join Your-City-Next series?  Contact us.

 

 

SUM Cycling Cities Team
Editors: Ruth Oldenziel, Martin Emanuel, Adri A. Albert de la Bruhèze, Frank Veraart, and Jan Korsten (SHT) in collaboration with Eric BerkersHans Buiter, Peter Cox, Pascal Delheye, Maxime Huré, Stijn Knuts, Manuel Stoffers, and Katalin Tóth.
Publisher: Foundation for the History of Technology in collaboration with the Ludwig Maximillian Universität Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society in Munich, Germany.