PTP-Cycle
2013 - 2016

PTP-Cycle

PTP-Cycle (Personalised Travel Planning for Cycling) was a project that used Personalised Travel Planning (PTP) methods to promote a shift from private motor vehicle use towards cycling, walking and public transport.

PTP-Cycle tested a new approach to change travel behaviour and rolling it out amongst households, universities and workplaces across five European cities (Antwerp, Burgos, London Borough of Greenwich, London Borough of Haringey, Ljubljana and Riga)

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..

PTP methodology

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.

Champions resource pack

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.

More information on the PTP methodology and the Champions Resource pack available here

For more information on the project, please visit the project's page