Project LUCY (Learning and Understanding Cyclists) uses TSH as a Living Lab to understand more about urban cycling behavior, and to contribute to more efficient and shared forms of mobility in cities plagued by congestion.
Cycling has long been used for both leisure and everyday travel activities, but research into how cyclists move through urban environments and how we can influence these choices remains scarce. There are not many answers to questions how (fast) people form habits and why they make the choices they do when they get on a bike.
With Project LUCY, TSH and the Technical University of Delft aim to pioneer scalable and innovative approaches to urban living challenges. Beginning with our pilot in Amsterdam, we hope to lay the groundwork for shared solutions for urban mobility, and decreasing the usage of cars as a way from here to there!