There are only a few days to go before the annual Velo-City gathering! Velo-City, taking place this year in Rio from June 12th to 16th, is the premier international conference on cycling and urban mobility.
All week long, Eco-Counter’s Etienne, JF, and Enrico will be at the conference and will give three different presentations on the subject of bike count data for the development of cycling in cities.
Velo-City Rio – Eco-Counter’s schedule
Stop by booth A3 anytime in the week to say hello to the Eco-Counter staff!
Throughout the week, we will also present on the following subjects:
- 2018 Worldwide Cycling Index: Global data on cycling growth vs happiness (speed dating)
- How to grow and build a bicycle count program (speed dating)
- Surprise! Finding latent bike demand from count data during special events (pecha kucha)
2018 Worldwide Cycling Index: Global data on cycling growth vs happiness (speed dating)
During this session, Enrico will present the results of our annual World Cycling Index! Country by country, city by city, we will unveil the key figures capturing the evolution of cycling between 2016 and 2017.
Date: Tuesday, 12th June – 2-3PM (Speed dating 1)
Presenter: Enrico Durbano
How to grow and build a bicycle count program (speed dating)
For this presentation, we will rely on feedback from our North and South American customers to share effective and efficient strategies for developing a bike count program.
Date: Tuesday, 12th June 2-3PM (Speed dating 1)
Presenter: Etienne Faucher
Surprise! Finding latent bike demand from count data during special events
In Pecha Kucha format, our North American Director, JF, will present the impact of special events on cycling rates and how data can be used to capture latent demand for bicycle travel.
Date : Friday, 15th June, 2-3PM (Data for what)
Presenter : Jean-François Rheault
Last but not least ! Find us on the streets on Wednesday, 13th June, for the traditional Velo-City bike parade!
For more information, including the full conference Velo-City conference schedule, click here!
Vejo você no Rio!