Sjors van Duren has extensive experience in planning cycling infrastructure and developing cycling policies. He is able to combine different views and cultures in tailor-made approaches; aimed at a specific city, region or country. He integrates deep knowledge on design principles (protected intersections, cycling highways) with extensive policy and political experience; all to make sure that sustainable, cycling friendly cities can be developed.
Sjors has worked as a cycling planner for the region of Arnhem – Nijmegen where he was responsible for the development of a regional cycling highway network of over 70km. In 2017 he started working for Royal Haskoning DHV, a Dutch engineering- and consultancy firm. As the company’s cycling expert, he is responsible for cycling projects in- and outside of the Netherlands, ranging from bicycle parking to cycling strategies. Sjors speaks Dutch, English and German and has worked for multiple cities and regions in Austria and Germany.