Forum Citytech on Cycling Economics
MILAN, Italy – Next Monday, October 28, the Bikenomics Conference is to take place in Milan, Italy. This Conference is part of the International Forum Citytech where delegates of the World Health Organization, the European Cyclists’ Federation and other institutions will present the results of their latest studies.
Cycling is nowadays connected with the economy as it presents a return on investment. At Bikenomics or the Economics of Bicycling delegates from universities and international institutions will focus on the economic and political issues connected to cycling. The answer will be presented on the question: Why should our cities be redesigned for cyclists?
The Bikenomics Conference takes place in Milan, Italy on the 28th of October. During the international forum Citytech, delegates of the World Health Organization, the European Cyclists’ Federation and other institutions will present the results of their studies.
Speakers are: Francesca Racioppi, WHO Senior Policy and Programme Advisor; Kevin Mayne, ECF Director of Development; Paolo Gandolfi, MP – member of the transport commission of the house of representatives; Piero Nigrelli, ANCMA Director of the cycling division and FIAB President Giulietta Pagliaccio. More at: www.citytech.eu