Survey on (Bicycle) Mobility Behaviour

2019-05-07:

As part of the Bicycle Observatory project, in which Salzburg Research is also a partner, Z_GIS carries out a survey on the wheel mobility behaviour of the local population. Support the Salzburg mobility culture and win awesome prizes!

After three successful creative workhsops as well as exciting interviews with the experts from Wals-Siezenheim and the city of Salzburg, all citizens are now invited to support the Bicycle Observatory research project with their knowledge.

As part of the Salzburg Radfrühling the big Bicycle Observatory bike survey was published. Take 15 minutes and win attractive prizes!

For each completed questionnaire there is a discount voucher from the company Skinfit worth 20 €. In addition, you can win a complete cycling clothing of the brand Corratec, provided by IKO, and a bike weekend at the Alpengasthof Lämmerhof in St. Martin am Tennengebirge.

Click on the banner to go directly to the survey:

About Bicycle Observatory

The aim of the Bicycle Observatory project is to create a multi-dimensional, spatially differentiated picture of the situation of cycling through the combination of technical sensor data and socio-scientific survey data. This should better understand cycling as an overall system and its heterogeneity within the group of cyclists. The Bicycle Observatory’s contribution to establishing a comprehensive cycling culture will be evaluated in the domains of planning and politics, economics, research and within the cycling community. More information on the project website: Bicycle Observatory – am Puls des Radverkehrs

Contact person

Sven Leitinger
T: +43/662/2288-282,
Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
Jakob Haringer Straße 5/3, A-5020 Salzburg