Velo-Timiș Cycling Strategy on public consultation

Timiș County has launched the public consultation of the Velo-Timiș Cycling Strategy, elaborated by a consortium of Mobilissimus, Értékterv and Planificatio.


As a county-level document, the parts of the strategy on built infrastructure cover the sections of the international and national networks that affect Timiș County, as well as the network elements of county importance, including links to neighbouring counties and cross-border links. The prioritisation of measures based on objective criteria is also an important element of the strategy.

In the field of cycling infrastructure, in addition to the development of cycle routes, the strategy also covers the improvement of conditions for bicycle parking and cycle-friendly services. Another important element is the support of awareness-raising and attitudinal change in relation to cycling.


The documentation for the public consultation is available on the website of Timiș County. The Timiș County Council is open for feedback by e-mail and a face-to-face forum will be held at the County Hall on the 30 June.


The public consultation documentation of the Velo-Timiș Cycling Strategy can be downloaded here.

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