A general information website on cycling safety and includes lessons on 'how to not get hit by cars'.

BYPAD - Bicycle Policy Audit

BYPAD is a tool that helps local authorities assess with the assessment of the effectiveness and efficiency of the cycling policy. It was developed by an international consortium of experts between 1999 and 2001 as part of an EU project. BYPAD is based on European best practice, which means that measures recommended in BYPAD have been successfully implemented in European cities. More than 65 cities in 15 countries have already been convinced of the advantages of BYPAD and have started improving the quality of their cycling policy with simple, fast-working and above all cost-efficient measures. Everyone in the city benefits from BYPAD through increased mobility and improved quality of life.

European Cyclists' Federation (ECF)

ECF is pledged to ensure that bicycle use achieves its fullest potential so as to bring about sustainable mobility and public well-being. EuroVelo, the European cycle route network, is an ECF project to develop 12 long-distance cycle routes crossing the whole continent of Europe. The total length of these routes is over 60,000 km, of which more than 20,000 km is in place. EuroVelo aims to promote a shift to the bicycle from the private car.

Federation of European Pedestrian Associations

FEPA represents national pedestrian associations from 12 European countries. It represents pedestrians interests at the European level with the aim of ensuring that their needs are taken account of in the course of policy development.

A non-governmental, nonprofit, advocacy organization, promoting sustainable transport and international understanding. Major areas of activity are non-motorized urban planning, economic development, bike safety education, responsible travel and bicycle tourism, and cross-cultural, educational programmes.

iwalk - International Walk to School

Walking to school promotes health, physical activity, concern for the environment and safe and walkable communities. This year, join schools around the world as they celebrate walking during the month of October. Communities are encouraged to pick a day, a week, once a week or the entire month to celebrate. Actively promoting Walk to School for a month could also transition smoothly into the launch of a year-round program.