The one point not as yet clear in the provisional program notes developed to now is how, when and by whom exactly does the actual self-audit or benchmarking exercise take place. This is a matter for each city team to work out for themselves, but here are some for suggestions based on our past experience.
1. Start here
The usual starting point is to organize a first plenary meeting as early as convenient and convene the various key groups and individuals who know most about cycling their city, and then going step by step through the 20 point questionnaire and discuss what the consensus of the meeting could be concerning each of the benchmarks. (It is useful to make sure that the key documents are distributed in advance so that members of the group will have a chance to reflect on and organize their thoughts on each of the key…
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