VNR: European cities promote widespread use of bikes (short version)
"Streets for people" is the central theme for European Mobility Week 2007 which takes place from 16th to the 22th September. Two video features are available to illustrate the sustainable mobility and intelligent solutions for transport.
A cyclist facing usual problems in a European city.
The municipality of Bucharest (Romania) starting to develop the use of bikes in the town, building cycle lanes and trying to reduce the numbers of cars.
The Italian city of Bolzano, model in sustainable mobility with its infrastructure and thousands of cyclists.
A training for young cyclists in Bromley (South of London)
Valentin Valeanu, cyclist in Bucharest, Romania
Florin Epure, cyclist in Bucharest, Romania
Sorin Luchian, head of traffic system office, Bucharest, Romania
Klaus Ladinser, coucellor for mobility, Bolzano, Italy
René Rinner, consultants Okoinstitut Sud Tyrol, Italy
Sergio Berantelli, mobility manager, Bolzano, Italy
Andy Mills, senior road safety officer, Bromley, UK
Colin Smith, councellor for environment and leisure, UK
Rachel Parker, cyclist under instruction, UK
Luke Jefferey, cyclist under instruction,UK SHOTLISTLINK
Type: VNR Reference: I-054871 Date: 17/09/2007 Duration: 03:30 Available Languages:INT, EN