Copenhagen, already one of the most bike-friendly capitals in the world, is looking for ways to improve things further for cyclists.
Copenhagen and Living Labs Global, a non-profit organisation that seeks ways to improve urban life, are calling for innovative ideas to improve the city’s transport system in a bike-friendly way.
Jointly with the City of Barcelona and Living Labs Global, Copenhagen will host the Copenhagen | Barcelona Summit on Service Innovation in Cities in November, which will be attended by representatives from 30 cities and more than 100 companies.
Before that summit, the City of Copenhagen is inviting companies and organisations from around the world to present their ideas for new systems, policies, technologies or planning tools to help achieve what they call “an attractive and fully integrated inter-modal transport system”, incorporating the use of bikes.
Copenhagen will choose three solutions to be implemented as pilots in November. The proposed solutions must meet any of the following challenges:
Ideas can be submitted online.
Copenhagen has one of the world’s most ambitious local climate policies, aiming to become a zero-emission community by the year 2025.