Wageningen is a multicultural city with a large number of inhabitants, including many students from different countries and backgrounds. Understanding how everything is organized is not always easy in a foreign country. There are things that speak for themselves, while others remain quite odd for a while. The Dutch traffic system is probably an example of the latter. How is it regulated and what rules should you adhere to?

There are many options you can choose from when moving around. You can travel by bus, train, tram, car, on foot ánd by bicycle. Cycling, as you may have already noticed, is typically Dutch. We offer a lot of high-quality cycling facilities and have developed regulations that make cycling attractive, safe and fun. This website will provide you with all the information you need for you to enjoy cycling in a safe manner.

On this website, you will learn about the Dutch traffic rules for cyclists, our cycling habits and get answers to many of the questions you might have. It will tell you where you can buy a bicycle or other accessories, what bicycle parking facilities there are and teach you some useful tips & tricks.

It is possible that you have decided to travel by bike, but that you are not yet familiar with cycling in the city of Wageningen. Take a look at the specific traffic examples of Wageningen on this website. It will help you to deal with the difficult traffic situations!


This website is supported by Mobycon, the Municipality of Wageningen and Wageningen UR.




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