A webinar on cycle road maintenance and mobility management strategies for promoting year-round cycling
Second webinar of HEAT-project
Time: 15 January 2020, 13.00-14.20 (UTC+1)
Thank you to all the participants!
The recording of the webinar will be available later on this website. In the mean time, you can have a look at the presentations from the presenters below.
A webinar on winter cycling and its potential for improving public health as well as strategies to make year-round cycling more attractive and accessible in Central Baltic winters. The webinar will cover: public health benefits of year-round active commuting by bicycle; experiences and results of two different sweep-salting initiatives in Finland and Sweden; and key learnings from a research project in Northern Sweden on how to promote children’s active school transports by bicycle in the wintertime, and how this initiative is now being scaled up and implemented in several different municipalities. We will conclude with a brief discussion and time for questions.
- Public health and year-round active commuting: Peter Schantz, The Swedish School of Sports and Health Sciences, GIH
- Two years of sweep-salting in Turku – a pilot for improved winter cycling: Juha Jokela, City of Turku
- Developing a sweep-salting maintenance manual – a collaboration between Karlstad municipality and the Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI): Anna Niska, VTI
- Active school transports in winter conditions – getting kids excited about biking and scaling up mobility management interventions in schools: Anna-Karin Lindqvist, Luleå University of Technology
- Questions and discussion
Project coordinator, Cykelfrämjandet (Swedish National Cycling Advocacy Organisation)