Velo-city Side Events
The Dutch Cycling Embassy and Cycling Embassy of Denmark are thrilled to partner on a single-day, pre-Velo-City masterclass—featuring Danish and Dutch experts—which will highlight best practices from both countries, and leave attendees with concrete steps to take back to their home cities.
The masterclass will take place at the Danish Embassy in Dublin from 11.00 to 18.00 on Monday, June 24th, and will wrap up with a networking reception hosted by Danish and Dutch diplomats. With a limited number of participants and a bargain price of just €190, you will need to act fast to secure your seat.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to go in-depth outside of the existing conference structure, exploring the successful principles behind Dutch and Danish policy making and infrastructure design. Attendees will be asked to identify specific challenges from their local context, and then work with specialists from both the public and private sector on solutions that directly address them.
If you would like to attend this exciting session, please register your details by clicking the link below.
On the day before Velo-city, Monday June 24th, the 2019 National EuroVelo Coordination Centres and Coordinators meeting will take place in Dublin. This annual meeting is an opportunity for the National EuroVelo Coordination Centres and Coordinators (NECC/Cs) to network with each other and share experiences and best practices. It also allows the ECF to present the latest developments in the central coordination of the EuroVelo network, a network of 16 long distance cycle routes connecting and uniting the whole European continent.
The National EuroVelo Coordination Centres and Coordinators meeting is open only to the EuroVelo NECC/Cs, but as most of them will stay in Dublin for the Velo-city Conference, make sure to dedicate some of your networking time to talk to them and learn more about the ECF’s EuroVelo initiative!
The European Cycle Logistics Federation's 6th international conference is back with a bang.
Hosted by Dublin City Council in collaboration with Velo-city 2019 and under the sponsorship of the CityChangerCargoBike project, the European Cycle Logistics Federation will hold its conference on ‘SMARTER LAST MILE DELIVERIES BY CARGO BIKE’ on Monday, 24 June 2019 in Dublin.
Mingle with the world's experts on cargo bikes production and operation, try out a new bike and learn about the exciting world of last mile deliveries.
All delegates must register in advance as the venue capacity is limited. Lunch will be provided and will be a mix of vegetarian and vegan food. Thanks to our sponsor and partners, there is no charge for attending this event.
If you would like to attend this conference and exhibition, please register your details by clicking the link below.
Training Workshop Monday 24 June
Worldwide there is a consensus on the growing need to introduce or expand cycling infrastructure in the cities. While technical problems can be solved using innovative solutions found by best-practice from around the globe, one main problem remains: How to finance cycling infrastructure? GIZ (German Agency for International Cooperation) and WCA (World Cycling Alliance) therefore organize a training workshop on financing of cycling infrastructure as a pre-event of the Velo-city conference 2019 in Dublin, Ireland. This workshop is for practitioners from city councils in the department of urban planning, transport and traffic as well as decision-makers around the world.
The training workshop is open for 40 participants maximum, registration is required in advance. Please register at: firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, organization, position and contact details until June 17th 2019.
The participation at the training workshop is free of charge.
Date: 24.06.2019; 8:30am to 5:30pm
Location: Convention Center Dublin
THE PEP Partnership on Cycling Meeting
Supported by the secretariats of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) Transport and Environment Divisions in Geneva and the World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe (WHO/Europe) in Copenhagen, THE PEP is a unique policy platform that seeks to encourage transport policymakers and urban planners to consider the health and environmental impacts of transport and address them through shared policy approaches. By bringing together the ministries of transport, health and environment, THE PEP acknowledges the importance of linking these different sectors.
In the partnership 26 members are working together to promote cycling. The upcoming partnership meeting will be an important opportunity to exchange experience on how to promote cycling between the European countries.
Date: 24 June 2019
For more info on THE PEP Partnership on Cycling click here
Dublin Cycling Campaign and Cyclist.ie have put together a beautiful selection of country-wide cycle tours. These tours are not part of the Velo-city conference but may interest delegates who never want this Velo-city week to end! This is your chance to relax, meet local advocates, share a chat and a cycle (and of course a pint!). Including self-guided, local-guided and tour-operated, there is something for everyone’s budget and interest, in Dublin and throughout Ireland! Check it out: https://www.dublincycling.com/vc19/tours