Learning and exchange
FLOW e-courses and webinars
FLOW will train implementers from more than 40 European cities in applying the FLOW methodology and assessment tools, and will encourage experience exchange between local practitioners on evaluating effective congestion busting walking and cycling measures in various face-to-face and online formats. Through these activities, FLOW aims to support the Europe-wide take-up of congestion busting measures in public administrations.
The first webinar, Congestion and Your City: the FLOW Approach, kicked off on 30.01.2017 and introduced FLOW project’s philosophy on walking and cycling as means of congestion reduction. It also provided a concrete example of the application of FLOW's tools in the context of College Green in Dublin.
If you missed FLOW's first webinar, you can watch it here.
The first e-course, entitled Congestion and Your City: the FLOW Approach, started on Monday, 30 January 2017. It runs for four weeks and builds on the content of the introductory webinar.
The e-course provides more in-depth training on:
- Indicators to measure congestion reduction in the context of walking and cycling
- FLOW’s Portfolio of walking and cycling measures relevant for congestion reduction
- The FLOW conceptual framework: What is the role of walking and cycling in congestion reduction strategies?
No pre-registration is required. Just come to the Mobility Academy and join in. Registration for future webinars and e-courses will be available roughly one month in advance of the start date.
If you need assistance with with enrollment follow these instructions here.
For questions, please contact Bonnie Fenton at email@example.com.
Learning and exchange workshops for FLOW cities
FLOW’s Technical Support Partners will organise three annual large-scale awareness, learning and exchange workshops for the six Partner Cities, nine Exchange Cities and 30 Follower Cities . Using a combination of lecture and interactive experience reporting sessions, the workshops will cover the most effective walking and cycling measures, as well as the FLOW congestion assessment methodology. A main outcome of these workshops will be the creation of a solid network of cities that will continue to learn from one another.