Participating cities, regions, and authorities:
|Denmark||Cycle Superhighways of the Capital Region|
|Denmark||Cycle Superhighways of the Central Region|
|Denmark||City of Copenhagen|
|Finland||Helsinki Region Transport HSL|
|Iceland||Icelandic Road and Coast Management Agency (Vegagerðin)|
|Iceland||City of Reykjavík|
|Åland||Department of Infrastructure, Government of Åland|
Participating cities and regions contribute to knowledge-sharing discussions, connect with other municipalities and regions, ask questions, and share their experiences and expertise with one another.
By joining the Nordic Cycle Power Network, we expect these cities and regions to gain new insights and tools that can encourage and improve their own cycling strategies.
By building connections with other municipalities/regions, we expect that participants will form deeper connections across countries that lead to improving cycling in the Nordic Region as a whole, learning from one another’s successes and failures, encouraging one another, and opening doors for future collaboration.
We hope that the network will enable municipalities/regions to develop policies, strategies, and infrastructure that encourage more residents in the Nordics to choose cycling over the private car, with the ultimate goal of decreasing carbon emissions from land-based transport.