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New tool launched to access €2 billion of EU cycling funds


The European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) has unveiled a new tool that allows users to find European Union funding for cyclingrelated projects. ECF research has revealed that up to €2.3 billion of EU funds could be used for cycling-related projects with a minimum of €1.3 billion available during the current seven-year funding cycle, which expires in 2020. “Cities often don’t realise the opportunities for EU funding,” said Ed Lancaster, Policy Officer, ECF.

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