The City of Oslo’s Agency for City Environment (ACF) has responsibility for managing and developing public spaces. This includes streets, parks, forests, and urban mobility. Two important goals for the agency is to make Oslo a safe and green city. In 2015 the City of Oslo approved an ambitious strategy to increase the modal share of bicycles from 8 to 25 percent within 2025. Responsibility for carrying out and following-up the strategy sits with ACF’s Department for walking and biking. The department consists of people with a variety of competences within city planning, infrastructure and communication. Working to increase the use of cargo bikes is part of the department’s work.
OSLO KOMMUNE is the National Focal Point for Norway of CityChangerCargoBike.