In this year's ‘We cycle to work in LOOP CITY’ campaign, 3,379 employees from 22 companies participated. The companies are part of the Smart Mobility in LOOP CITY network. Throughout May they cycled a total of 631,160 kilometers – or almost 16 times around the world.
Several Gate 21 partners have taken the first steps on a new project that will use data to help us make our way more easily through traffic. Rambøll has mapped the existing possibilities for ITS in the Greater Copenhagen region and this forms the basis for further work within the project application.
More than 3,200 employees from 22 local businesses will provide the extra pedal ‘gas’ in May when they participate in the campaign 'We cycle to work.' Employees will compete not only against their own colleagues but also against teams from other companies in the Smart Mobility network in LOOP CITY.
In conjunction with the Danish City Planning Laboratory, State of Green and City Pack, Gate 21 will take over the relay to run the Danish Smart City network, which has been run by the Danish Business Authority, in collaboration with Martin Brynskov of Aarhus University, for a number of years.
Several municipalities have woken up to the potential of the sharing economy. When citizens, businesses and municipalities share, they save resources, energy and money. The sharing economy can therefore be a valuable tool for meeting municipal climate and environmental goals. Gate 21 and Implement Consulting Group hosted an idea development workshop in March to inspire more municipalities to try sharing economy initiatives.
Wonderful Copenhagen and Copenhagen Municipality have voted the Greater Copenhagen Smart Solutions Conference as winner in the "Initiative of the Year" category at the 2017 Copenhagen Congress and Event Awards.
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