Cycling in Calgary

Online documents

Bike Data

The City of Calgary collects and analyzes bicycle data from a variety of sources to help with the planning of bikeways and to monitor trends over time. Data sources include the Cordon CountsAnnual Bicycle CountBicycle YearbookCentre City Bicycle Volume Flow mapsThe City of Calgary Civic CensusCalgary and Region Travel SurveyPathwatch SurveysCycling Strategy Online and Telephone Surveys2009 University of Calgary cyclist survey report2006 Downtown Commuter Cyclist SurveyMobility Monitor.

Video Links

Streetfilms “Streetfilms produces short films showing how smart transportation design and policy can result in better places to live, work and play. Founded in 2006, Streetfilms has become the go-to organization for educational films about sustainable transportation, and inspires action and behavioral change worldwide. Individuals, public agencies, non-profit organizations, schools, and transportation advocacy groups use Streetfilms to educate decision makers and make change for livable streets in their communities.”

Website | Vimeo

Bicycle Dutch “Welcome to this blog about cycling in the Netherlands. The utility type of cycling to get from A to B. This blog is not about cycling as a sport, nor to be green, but about the every day type of cycling on sit-up bicycles. My name is Mark Wagenbuur and I am one of the many Dutch who cycle almost every day. I have well over 40 years of experience in cycling in the Netherlands. From an early age I have closely followed the planning and development of infrastructure in this country. For a short while in the past, I have also lived and cycled in Berlin. At present, I am cycling almost every day in the Dutch cities of ’s-Hertogenbosch and Utrecht, where I live and work respectively. I enjoy showing the world Dutch cycling and Dutch cycling infrastructure in my videos and blog posts.”

Website | Youtube 

National Film Board of Canada: Urbanism & Transportation 

7 Street Cycle Track | The City of Calgary