Pascal van den Noort is a conceptual thinker, skilled moderator and mobility consultant whose projects include Velo Mondial, Velo. Info, Pas-Port to Mobility, Pas-Port to Cycling, [With a Dutch Touch] and ‘Low Lijn, Water Walking Path and Hanging Gardens’. Through his work, Pascal has helped cycling trans-form into an essential mode of transport across Europe. Working with VELO.INFO, he helped make huge strides in cycling policy and policy implementation in Barcelona, Berlin, Bucharest, Gothenburg, Ploiesti and Rome.
With CiViTAS MIMOSA, he helped Bologna, Funchal, Gdansk, Tallinn and Utrecht integrate cycling into sustainable urban mobility planning, and collaborating with DECISIO, he created the CycleCit-ies report ‘New Ways to Go; Private investment in Cycling Planning’ for the London Borough of Merton. He’s also produced thematic videos on urban mobility where cycling plays an important role, is the author of “Enabling Cycling Cities; Ingredients for Success”, and organised the highly successful ‘New Amsterdam Bike Slam’ in New York City. Currently, he is developing a portal called ‘Pas-Port to Mobility’, supporting cities that want to integrate cycling planning in their urban mobility planning.
He’s also involved in The VeloCittà project (2014-2017), with the goal of improving Bike Sharing Systems. Specifically, VeloCittà adapts knowledge and successful approaches tried in various fields of service provision and in previous IEE projects to the case study sites of Krakow, London, Szeged, Padua, and Burgos. He is the architect of the City of Amsterdam’s program for the international promotion as a cycling city.
In addition to his focus on cycling and urban mobility planning, Pascal was the founding Executive Direc-tor of the Dutch Aids Foundation and the Global Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (GNP+) from 1987-1997
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