Research project

Smart Cycling Futures

Smart cycling innovations contributing to more resilient and live-able Dutch urban regions


September 2016 - August 2021
Project Manager

Innovations for Cycling

Cycling innovations including ICT-enabled cycling innovations, infrastructures, and social innovations like new business models, benefit urban regions in terms of accessibility, equality, health, live-ability, and decreasing CO2-emissions when socially well embedded.

To facilitate a transition to a sustainable future that respond to pressing issues, the SCF research project runs urban living labs in close collaboration with key stakeholders to develop trans-disciplinary insights in the conditions needed for upscaling smart-cycling initiatives. Each living lab involving real-world experiments responds to the urgent challenges that urban regions and their stakeholders face today.

Researchers involved in this project

Collaborative Partners

  • Eindhoven University of Technology
  • Utrecht University
  • University of Amsterdam
  • Windesheim, Christelijke Hogeschool
  • Province of Noord-Brabant
  • Municipality of Amsterdam
  • Transport Authority of Amsterdam
  • Municipality of Eindhoven
  • provincie of Overijssel
  • Municipality of Utrecht
  • Municipality of Zwolle
  • HuGoCyling

Subsidy Provider