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PTP-Cycle has taken a tried and tested approach to changing travel behaviour and rolling it out amongst households, universities and workplaces in five European cities.
PTP-Cycle “Personalised Travel Planning for Cycling” was a project co-funded by the Intelligent Energy-Europe Programme granted by the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME). It ran from April 2013 to March 2016.
The methodology handbook gives basic guidance on the general principles and practice involved in setting up and delivering a Personalised Travel Planning (PTP) project. It also provides specific guidance with regard to implementing a project in either a residential, workplace or university setting, as well as for supportive ‘in the field’ engagement.
The manual is aimed at supporting project management staff in their understanding of how to conduct effective travel advice conversations in a Personalised Travel Planning (PTP) project.
The champions resource pack is intended for project management staff. It runs through briefly how volunteers (or ‘champions’) might be involved and contribute to a Personalised Travel Planning (PTP) project, including an insight into their recruitment and the activities they might undertake.
LinkedIn: PTP-Cycle: Personalised Travel Planning for Cycling
PTP-Cycle is a three‐year project started in April 2013 which has received funding from the European Commission.
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