|Conflict outcome / response:||Environmental improvements, rehabilitation/restoration of area|
Technical solutions to improve resource supply/quality/distribution
|Proposal and development of alternatives:||'Stop de kindermoord' took all these measures against car traffic - they occupied accidents blackspots, organizing special days were streets were closed to allow children to play safely, they cycled with an organ in front of the house of the prime minister Joop den Uyl, to sing songs asking for safer streets . A characteristic is that the protests involved both the parents and children . One of the most remarkable protest, and still used today, took place outside Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum in the mid-1970s, were the participants laid down with their bicycles besides pretending to be dead |
|Do you consider this an environmental justice success? Was environmental justice served?:||Yes|
|Briefly explain:||Child death went down from 450 in 1971, to 14 in 2010. Afterwards, this group received the support of the national government  and cycling security became an important issue in the political agenda.|
It is also a success, because this protest left a legacy for the other countries:
1. The people can make a difference, the people was the one which construct their cycling nation,
1. Built it and they will come (referring to the cycle paths) 
2. "people for bikes", states that every new bike project should be usable by a 12 year old .
3. It has also been extent to elders. 8-80 cities is an initiative that seeks the well being of the people, “if everything we do in our public spaces is great for an 8 year old and an 80 year old, then it will be great for all people"
These are some examples of the measurements taken:
Construction of a network of cycle paths
Experimentation of safer cycling routes
30 km areas
Less parking space for cars
Inclusion of cycling in transport policies