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Registration for the II Moscow International Cycling Congress
On April 14-15, 2017 the second International Cycling Congress will take place in Moscow.
It will be attended by the leading Russian and foreign experts, officials from ministries and administrations of the Russian cities as well as representatives of public enterprises.

The main goal of the Congress is to create a communication platform for all parties interested in promoting bicycle as a transportation mode and creating comfortable and safe environment for urban cycling as well as developing tools for cooperation between government, business and public enterprises.

Experts from Russia, the Netherlands, Denmark, the USA, the UK, Mexico and other countries will discuss changing priorities of the urban development, opportunities for the fast changes in transit infrastructure and citizens behaviour, world trends in traffic regulation and economic aspects in forming bicycle culture. Attendees will be able to find out about interesting case studies in development of the bicycle culture in Russian cities and around the world, take part in discussions, learn to use simple tools to participate actively in creating bicycle friendly communities.

Organizers: the Project of UNDP/GEF — Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation «Reducing GHG emissions from road transport in Russia’s medium-sized cities», the Friedrich Ebert Foundation and the Russian cycling advocacy project Let’s bike it!, supported by the Ministry of Transport of Russia.

The program and other details will soonbe available on www.moscowcyclingcongress.ru. Please, subscribe to the event page on Facebook not to miss any updates.

Venue — Technopolis Moscow (Moscow, Volgogradsky prospekt, 42, building 5).

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