We believe that sharing our knowledge on cycling mobility is vital to make an impact. We often share our expertise with our closest partners as well as with the general public. We provide research, analysis and advice. We also contribute to conferences and run presentations, webinars and workshops. We also provide cycling tours in the Netherlands. Our goal is to inspire and help policy makers and members of the public alike.
- Active travel promotion projects
- Urban and rural transport projects
- Transport equality research and recommendations
- Multimodal transport and mobility planning, cycle network planning and cycle route signage planning
- Traffic safety analysis and consultation
- Stakeholder management on mobility projects
- Cycle network analysis and route recommendations (‘quick fixes’)
- Event traffic planning
- Parking surveys, including counts and behavioral observations and analysis
- Tailor-made inspiration cycle infrastructure tours and cycling mobility workshops in The Netherlands
- Moderating inspiring presentations, meeting, webinars and workshops
- Policy analysis and policy making
All is provided with a focus on problem-solving whilst keeping an eye on the bigger picture and the user’s point of view, striving for out of the box-thinking and solutions.
Ruben Loendersloot: “In my presentations, I always stress the importance of an integral approach. Cycling is not a separate box to tick. Cycling is just one of multiple means to achieve live-able and greener cities and the improvement of quality of life and social coherence, with the ability to boost local economics.”
Aoife O ‘Donnell: “In many countries we see a higher level of awareness to reduce our common carbon footprint. We have a wide range of tools available to prioritise walking and cycling policies. We can truly make a difference now by adopting the right tool in the right place.”
Valentina Travaglini: “Mobility is impregnated in urban planning and people’s daily lives. Cycling as a way of mobility, has revolutionized the world with its countless benefits to people, cities and the environment. From an international point of view, there are still many gaps open regarding such an important subject that should be seen as opportunities for improvement and development.”
Eric van der Horst: “Wherever people live and work, conditions for cycling and walking can be improved considerably by implementing small strategic improvements. A long-term commitment to such strategic improvements has the potential to truly transform people’s travel behaviour’s towards net-zero mobility.”
The Loendersloot International team and META organised the ‘A good day for a ride’ event in Turin, Italy. The event attracted 42 professionals from 20 Italian organisations.
During the ‘A good day for a ride’ event in Turin (Italy), Loendersloot International also ran a workshop on Multimodality and Road Safety.
Our colleague Bas Brakman, giving an online presentation on mobility in Eindhoven, Netherlands, to stakeholders from Miraflores district, Peru.
Our Director Ruben talking about Dutch cycling at the Active Mobility Congress in Gdansk, Poland.
Our Director Ruben, entertaining a Colombian delegation in Utrecht.
Our colleague Valentina gave an interview about Dutch cycling for “Caretas”, a well- known Peruvian magazine.