Speakers7

MONDAY 20 MARCH 2017 - 14:00 to 15:30 SESSION 2 – SUPPORT

B: Municipalities & commercial use of cargo bikes Workshop

Richard Armitage, Director, European Cycle Logistics Federation, Manchester, UK (Session Moderator)

Richard has specialised in sustainable transport innovation for over 35 years in many settings, including low-floor buses, cleaner fuels (EV, CNG) to car sharing, personalised journey planning to residential travel plans, and now cycle logistics. Richard has successfully introduced new techniques and technologies in the transport industry. He currently contributes his transport planning and policy development skills to the CycleLogistics Ahead project, as a Director of the European Cycle Logistics Federation. Back home in Manchester, he is co-director of two new cycle-based businesses, Last Mile Manchester (last mile delivery services on cargo bikes) and Manchester Bike Hire (high quality affordable bike hire, repairs and bike tours). Richard was chair (2011-16) of the Cycling Forum of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport UK. Visit Richard's website.

Karl Reiter, FGM-Amor, Graz, Austria (B7)

The Founding member of Austrian Mobility Research (FGM-AMOR) is a graduate in mechanical engineering. He is researcher, trainer, presenter and project creator in the field of sustainable mobility and liveable public space. He has experience with more than 30 European projects in the field of sustainable urban transport. Amongst them projects related to cycling like BYPAD (Bicycle Policy Audit), Bike2Work, LifeCycle (Health and Cycling), BAMBINI (Cycling for Kids) Trendy Travel (Cycling and Emotion) and CycleLogistics (Cycling and Transport of Goods).

Jordi Gali, Vanapedal, Barcelona, Spain (B8)

Architect with a master degree in urban mobility management. Expert in cycle logistics and cycling urbanism. Co-founder of Vanapedal and member of the Copenhagenize global team. Go to Vanapedal website.

 

Pascal Kellermayr, Fahrradfensterputzer, Vienna, Austria (B9)

Pascal has been working as a car free window cleaner for 15 years. At the beginning of his small business in 2002 he considered buying a car but soon had to understand that even this would overstretch his financial capacities. So he built a very large bicycle trailer for transporting all his equipment including large telescopic ladders, which he soon modified and improved as soon as enough money came in. Later on he built a new trailer about every four years, transacting the conclusions and ideas of the respective past four years. Pascals business provides a long term proof that working with cargobikes instead of cars works perfectly well for urban craftspeople.

Måns Lindburg, DG-Move, Brussels, Belgium (B10)

 

Gerhard Samek, ÖAMTC, Austria (B11)

Gerhard Samek has been working 25 years at the technical -service ÖAMTC. For 17 years, he has been responsible for the breakdown-fleet in the eastern part of Austria. In 2015 he operate a projekt called 'E-Bike breakdown -service' which is now a fixed part of the breakdown -service in Vienna.