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Amidst the backdrop of growing global enthusiasm for cycling as a sustainable and healthy mode of transportation, the 2023 UCI Mobility & Bike City Forum held last month in Bruges, Belgium, brought together experts and stakeholders to delve into crucial aspects of cycling infrastructure safety. A key highlight of the forum was the introduction of CycleRAP, a comprehensive framework developed by the to systematically assess and improve the safety of cycling infrastructure.

#ICYMI: At the event, iRAP, in partnership with MAPFRE Foundation, the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) and PTV Group, launched the Safer Cycling around the World report. A report on the first major pilot of the CycleRAP model with cities in Europe, South America and North America participating.

The introduction of CycleRAP at the 2023 UCI Mobility & Bike City Forum marks a pivotal moment in the global effort to enhance cycling infrastructure safety. This comprehensive framework provides cities and transportation authorities with a valuable tool to systematically assess and improve cycling infrastructure, paving the way for safer, more accessible, and more enjoyable cycling experiences for all.


Official CycleRAP Report Launch

CycleRAP Panel Discussion

Event Summary Video from UCI

What is CycleRAP?

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