Safe4Cycle2 - News

Job-shadowing in the UK: the first experience

Job-shadowing in the UK: the first experience

The project partner from the UK, the Bikeability Trust hosted the Romanian, Hungarian and Slovenian partners for a five-day-log job-shadowing activity in the frame of Safe4Cycle2 project.

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First job-shadowing program in the UK

First job-shadowing program in the UK

The four project partners will meet in Cambridge in the frame of the first job-shadowing program of Safe4Cycle2 project.

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Safe4Cycle project partners - Vuelta Sportegyesület

Vuelta Sports Association, the leading organisation of Safe4Cycle2 project is dealing with safety cycling education since 2004.

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Safe4Cycle2 project partners - Mariborska kolesarska mreža

Safe4Cycle2 project partners - Mariborska kolesarska mreža

Maribor Cycling Network (Mariborska kolesarska mreža-MKM) is a non-profit, voluntary, non-governmental organisation for promotion and development of urban cycling. The main goal of the organization is that traffic become more friendly to people and environment. The organization exists since 1994, and it was officially founded as association in 2001.

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Safe4Cycle2 project partners - Fundația Comunitară Mureș

Fundația Comunitară Mureș (Mures Community Foundation) was founded in 2011, since then the main activities of the organisation are the following: supporting local NGO-s and initiatives, organizing fundraising events (SWIMATHON, Donor Circles, Pedaling for a good case), building local funds for financing different local projects (STIINTESCU - education).

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Safe4Cycle2 project partners - The Bikeability Trust

Safe4Cycle2 project partners - The Bikeability Trust

The Bikeability Trust, the project partner from the United Kingdom, is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation whose object is to advance the education of the public in general (and particularly amongst children) on the subject of cycling.

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A new adventure begins - Safe4Cycle2 is to start!

Cooperation of four organisations from four countries, with different backgrounds, but for one aim: improving safety cycling education - this is Safe4Cycle2.

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The biggest achievement in Hungary: Safety transport booklets for 200000 pupils

The biggest achievement in Hungary: Safety transport booklets for 200000 pupils

However Safe4Cycle had been closed in February 2018, in Hungary Vuelta Sports Office had achieved its biggest achievement, thanks to the intellectual outputs of the project. On 7 October 2018 Mr. Máriusz Révész, government commissoner for cycling and active leisure has announced, that all together 200000 pupils will get a booklet that contains the basic rules of transport for pedestrians and cyclists - and the booklet is based on the Bringakadémia Workbook, that had been developed in the frame of Safe4Cycle project.

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Austrian 'klimaaktiv' award for cycle trainers

Austrian 'klimaaktiv' award for cycle trainers

Vienna, 23 Nov 2017 - all together 13 cycle trainers were honoured by the 'klimaaktiv' award by the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management. The cycle trainers were participating in the training for trainers program of the Austrian Easy Drivers Radfahrschule, the project partner of Saf4Cycle.

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„Safe4Cycle“ and safety in road traffic

„Safe4Cycle“ and safety in road traffic

At Kanal 3 – the Styrian television – you can watch a report about the Easy Drivers Radfahrschule and the AUVA about safety on the bicycle and safety in the road traffic.

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Police officers participating at BringaAkadémia training

Police officers participating at BringaAkadémia training

The Vuelta Sports Office has organised a one-day-long training for police officers first time. The aim of the training was to prepare the participants for teaching the basic rules of transport in primary schools.

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Safe4Cycle pilot project starts in Romania

Safe4Cycle pilot project starts in Romania

In Romania Safe4Cycle program has started in 6 secondary schools in Reghin and Târgu-Mureș in February 2017.

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