Women Cycling Project

Founded in 2010 by the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals

 

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The Women Cycling Project was created by the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP) to stimulate collaboration among professionals to create a hospitable transportation environment that encourages more women to bicycle more places more often – alone, together and with their children.

Check out our webinars!

Sign up for an upcoming webinar or watch recorded webinars.

Resources

We have a lot of resources, from survey results to case studies and more!

Summits

APBP speaks at a lot of summits in regards to women and bicycling. Check them out here.

About the Women Cycling Project

Purpose

Stimulate collaboration among professionals to create a hospitable transportation environment that encourages more women to bicycle more places more often – alone, together and with their children.

History

Founded in 2010 by the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals, the project began with an initial “snapshot in time” survey to assess needs and concerns and start a conversation.

Current Activities

Annual webinar in March capitalizes on the topic of Women’s History Month to engage more perspectives in the conversation about women cycling. Primer on how to host a local Women Cycling Summit/Forum.

Future Activities

Increased cross-collaboration among planners, engineers, landscape architects, public health professionals, placemakers, law enforcement and economic development experts.