Winners of the 2015 Cycle Planning Awards...
The Winners by category...
Best innovation - use of technology or new technique
This Award recognises the contribution to cycling made by innovation. This can include technology such as journey planning applications, new innovations in bike share, e-bikes, and network planning. It can also include innovations in road layouts, marketing etc. which are not pure technology based. Sponsored by Aecom
2015 Winner: Walthamstow Village Trial (New Approach to Consultation) - London Borough of Waltham Forest
Best cycling network strategy / masterplan
This award is aimed at network strategies and masterplans for cycling in a city, town, region, borough, community or national park. The plans for the future development of cycling in this area, this should be an overarching plan which can include hard and soft measures. Sponsored by Cyclepods
2015 Winner: Southwark's Cycling Strategy - Southwark Council
Best cycle network infrastructure project
This award is aimed at the best infrastructure project in a city, town, region, borough, community or national park which has been built over the last 5 years.
The finalists offer an improvement of a complete network and could include on or off road provision, improved junctions, cycle parking etc.
2015 Winners: Leicester Cycle City Action Plan - Leicester City Council & Lewes Road Scheme, Brighton & Hove - Brighton and Hove City Council & Mott MacDonald
Best behaviour change campaign
This Award recognises marketing campaigns that engage with their target audiences, have a measurable impact, are replicable elsewhere and are great value-for-money. They can be single medium or omni-channel. The key question will be: does it work well?
2015 Winner: Bikeability Plus in Peterborough - Outspoken Training
Most Cycle Friendly workplace
This can be a large or small office, warehouse, NHS, school or university. The key question is how much support is there for staff or visitors to reach the workplace by bicycle. What incentives are there, what help and assistance are there on offer and how good are the facilities at the workplace. Sponsored by Bike & Go
2015 Winner: Growing cycling in the hilly north - University of Sheffield
Best integrated community hub or cycle scheme
This award is to recognise excellence in the provision of cycle hubs. This may be part of a cycle hire scheme, or it may be for parking bikes at stations and might include cycle repair services or a café. The award will be given for the best integration of the service within the community.
2015 Winner: Santander Cycles - Transport for London
Local Authority with most cycle friendly policies
2015 Winner: Greater Dublin Area Cycle Network Plan – AECOM
Cycling Champion of the Year
This Award is for the individual who has made an outstanding personal contribution to cycling. This can include politicians, business leaders, and academics, local advocates for cycling and media personalities. Sponsored by Project Centre
2015 Winner: Councillor Clyde Loakes, Deputy Leader, Waltham Forest Council
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