Programme

Friday, October 21

Media Centre “Vremya” Sumska Str, 72

логотип медіацентра Время

9:00 – Registration

10:00 – Official Opening Moderator Olena Chernyshova

  1. City of Kharkiv representatives
  2. Kevin Mayne, European Cyclists’ Federation (Belgium) 
  3. Colombe de Mercey, coordinator of sector “Civil Society and Media”, Delegation of the European Union to Ukraine

11:00  – Plenary session “National policies”  Moderator Olena Chernyshova

  1. Mathias Brandt, Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internazionale Zussammenarbeit GIZ (Germany) Integrated development in Ukrainian cities
  2. Vadym Denysenko, National Policy Coordinator in Kyiv Cyclists Association Analysis of cycling policies in Ukraine
  3. Ashraf Hamed, Team leader, EU funded Technical assistance project “Support to the Implementation of the Association Agreement and of the National Strategy in the Transport Sector in Ukraine” The National Transport Strategy of Ukraine till 2030 update
  4. Tetiana Lebukhorska, coordinator of Sustainable development program of Bukovyna Regional Development Agency (Chernivtsi)  Presentation of the Ukrainian Cycling Network

12:30 – Lunch

13:30 – Plenary session «Local Cycling Policies» Moderator Vadym Denysenko

  1. Zbynek Sperat, Centre for Transport Research CDV (Czech Republic) Development of urban cycling policies
  2. Olena Chernyshova, Urban Reforms NGO (Khrakiv) Analysis of urban cycling concepts in Ukraine
  3. Myroslav Fedorkiv, head of Subdepartment of road infrastructure in the Department of residential and municipal policies and improvement (Ivano-Frankivsk) Legal base and features of Ukrainian law in sphere of cycling infrastructure

14:45 – coffee break

15:00 – Plenary session «Local Cycling Policies» (continued) Moderator Vadym Denysenko

  1. Thilo Becker, Technical University of Dresden (Germany) How to measure the cycling progress
  2. Anna Atamanchuk, Velokrivbas NGO, and Iryna Bondarenko, Kyiv Cyclists Association The results of cyclists counting in Ukrainian cities
  3. Oleksiy Kushka, CEO of “Nextbike Ukraine”, owner of the network veliki.ua (Kyiv) Bike-sharing in Ukraine

16:15 – coffee break

16:45 – Panel discussion «Business and Cycling Activism» Moderator Ksenia Semenova, Kyiv Cycling Officer, Vice-President of European Cyclists’ Federation

18:00 – Gala dinner


Saturday, October 22

Kharkiv National Automobile and Highway University Yaroslava Mudroho Str, 25

Фасад ХНАДУ

8:00 – Cycling tour

10:30 – morning coffee

11:00 – Plenary session Moderator Olena Chernyshova

  1. Jan Rickmeyer, Cycling Coordinator of the City of Leipzig (Germany) It’s all about infrastructure, infrastructure, infrastructure
  2. Iryna Bondarenko, Kyiv Cyclists Association, University of Maryland (USA) How cycling infrastructure is organized in the US cities

11:45 – coffee break

12:00 – Parallel sections

Section “Cycling Activism” Moderator Daryna Pyrogova

  1. Kevin Mayne, European Cyclists’ Federation (Belgium) The New Cycling Advocacy – lessons from the European Cycling NGO’s Leadership Programme
  2. Colombe de Mercey, coordinator of sector “Civil Society and Media”, Delegation of the European Union to Ukraine The European Union in Ukraine – what is there for you?
  3. Ivan Verbytskyi, analytical centre CEDOS, internet-magazine Mistosite Participatory budget as an instrument of cycling advocacy

Section «Infrastructure Solutions» Moderator Oleksandra Naryzhna

  1. Ihor Mogyla, Lvivavtodor “Street for all” Project: experience of Bandery and Sadova streets in Lviv
  2. Maryna Kriachko, landscape architect (Kharkiv) Infrastructure project “The other way”
  3. Mykhailo Kaluzhynov, founder of community “KharkivTourist” Organization of cycling service station
  4. Mykola Vognyck, New Velotrek for Kyiv Initiative Velotrek as an element of urban cycling infrastructure
  5. Andriy Koman, VeloFrankivsk NGO Cycling infrastructure of the City of Ivano-Frankivsk

Section “Presentation of sustainable mobility advocacy projects in Eastern Ukraine” Moderator Viktor Zagreba

13:30 – Lunch

14:30 – Parallel sections

Section “Cycling Activism” Moderator Tetiana Lebukhorska

  1. Tetiana Lebukhorska, coordinator of Sustainable development program of Bukovyna Regional Development Agency (Chernivtsi) Cycling activism: examples of intersectoral cooperation
  2. Oleksandr Prokhorov, head of NGO “VeloVector” (Odesa) “Veloday 4 seasons”. How to make large cycling event 4 times a year
  3. Anna Atamanchuk, co-founder of NGO “Velokryvbas” (Kryvyi Rih) Cycling development and resistance of city government
  4. Vladislav Patskevych, project coordinator of “Velodysko” (Belarus) Ups and downs of cycling events
  5.  Volodymyr Radevych, coordinator of “Warm VeloCity” program (Ivano-Frankivsk) The importance of cycling activism in the city

Section “Bicycle and open data” Moderator Bogdan Lepiavko

  1. Bogdan Lepiavko, Head of Kyiv Cycling Association Speed of the bicycle in the city: comparison with other transportation modes based on open data: Madrid, Kyiv
  2. Oleksii Brusnitsyn, founder of Velomap.info (Dnipro) Geoinformational service for cyclists Velomap.info
  3. Ihor Suk and Oleksandr Radyev, Zaporizhzhia Bicycle Club Bicycle and modern digital world
  4. Yuri Patunko, head of the project “Velogen” (Kryvyi Rih) The development of modern information network for cyclists – www.velogen.ua

Section “Presentation of sustainable mobility advocacy projects in Eastern Ukraine” (continued) Moderator Viktor Zagreba

15:30 – Study tours


Sunday, October 23

Kharkiv National Automobile and Highway University Yaroslava Mudroho Str, 25

Фасад ХНАДУ

9:00 – Plenary session «Road Safety and Cycling Transport» Moderator Viktor Zagreba

  1. Zbynek Sperat, Centre for Transport Research CDV (Czech Republic) Cycling activism for road safety
  2. Viktor Zagreba, Head of board “Vision Zero” NGO (Ivano-Frankivsk) Vision zero in the cities – road safety for cyclists and all
  3. Valeriia Dumanetska, Coordinator of road safety work in Kyiv Cyclists Association Promotion and algorithm of support for cyclists in road accidents
  4. Vlad Deineka, Head of company “Zameten” (Kharkiv) Problem of cyclists safety in night time
  5. Panel discussion

11:00 – coffee break

11:30 – Parallel sections

Section “Legal Aspects of Cycling” Moderator Ksenia Semenova

  1. Andrii Razmietaiev, legal expert in NGO “Urban Reforms” (Kharkiv) Do Ukrainians need the law “On Cycling Transport”?
  2. Maksym Kozub, Kyiv Cyclists Association Bicycles and bicycling: Ukrainian regulatory framework in the global context
  3. Svitlana Beskrovna, specialist in Kharkiv City Council Cooperation of national government with cultural centres of the city, and supporting sports development of socially vulnerable population

Pecha Kucha section Moderator Vadym Denysenko

10 presentations in 6 minutes on different cycling themes

  1. Bogdan Voyevodin and Yonas Rozhkov, co-founders of media resource “Bike in city” (Kyiv) Modern cycling media: objectives, principles, community
  2. Roman Yavorskyi, Yuzhnoukrainsk Cyclists Association Tourism development on the territory of “Buzkyi Gard” national park
  3. Olga Martyniuk, Kyiv Polytechnic Institute Cycling bum in Kyiv in 1890s: participative exhibition
  4. Volodymyr Lykhovyd, founder of cycling club “Rovers” (Lviv) “VeloPark” festival for promotion of cycling culture in Lviv
  5. Dmytro Makahon, Coordinator of cycling school in Kyiv Cyclists Association Cycling School in Kyiv
  6. Anastasiya Krol, Cycling Zaporizhzhia Cycling Victory
  7. Volodymyr Poltorak, NGO Agricola (Odesa-Reni) Extension of EuroVelo-6 to Ukraine as an important perspective for PreDanube territories
  8. Valentyna Purych, NGO “Cycling Association of Pavlograd” Development of Cycling concept for Pavlograd: It’s time to choose a bicycle!
  9. Dmytro Zhyhinas, “Cycling Boyarka” (Kyiv Oblast) “I vote for bike!” in Boyarka
  10. Yaroslav Kontsevyi, “Cycling Kherson” Cycling projects in Kherson

13:00 – Lunch

14:00 – Jan Rickmeyer, Cycling Coordinator of the City of Leipzig (Germany) How to integrate cycling into municipal policy

14:30 – Closing Ceremony