EASST partner, the Partnership for Road Safety in Georgia has launched a joint-project with the Tbilisi Cycling Club, supported by Tbilisi City Hall, to promote cycling as a means of sustainable transport in the country’s capital.

Tbilisi is modern, busy city and this new initiative to get people cycling will help the city grown healthier, stronger and more connected, as well as improving air quality and mobility. There are currently plans to install 26 new cycling stations across the city in 2017.

Find out more on the Partnership for Road Safety website or Facebook page.