In a report by Notícias ao Minuto, the Office of the Vice-President of the Lisbon municipality, which signed the contract with Copenhagenize on March 30 of this year, began by ensuring that "the works are in progress". "This week, CML will launch a user consultation on network problems and co-creation of solutions, through a survey that will be made available on the CML website", he added.
The objective of the project is to create "a cycle network with all the safety conditions" in the capital.
3 Copenhagenizers return from Lisbon where they rode more than 300 km in 3 days.— Copenhagenize Team (@copenhagenizers) May 24, 2023
The goal? Analyze the city’s entire network of cycling infrastructure. pic.twitter.com/OKjwwQUX1T
It is therefore necessary to assess and technically audit the existing cycling network, "in order to ensure that the cycling infrastructure presents the best possible safety conditions for whatever the type of bicycle user - regardless of age, type of bicycle, or level of experience", said the office of Filipe Anacoreta Correia's office.