We started a collaboration with FSD Development, where we are responsible for writing and implementing the mobility aspect in the (large) developments initiated from FSD, as well as in a new development in Schiedam: De Nieuwe Kethelpoort.
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There are plenty of opportunities and developments that can accelerate the transition to sustainable cities. Coding the Curbs™ is a solution that lays a digital layer over the physical infrastructure, thus preparing the city for the future.
For the period up to and including 2040, there is a major inner-city compaction challenge for The Hague. To this end, we are drawing up guidelines for the application of innovative mobility in the built environment.
The first phase of the KTM A15 implementation plan is now in the implementation phase. The second phase of the KTM A15 implementation plan is currently being prepared. We are doing this by deploying so-called ‘project fiches’ in which, among other things, data is used for the effective deployment of innovative measures.
For the Port VIII business park in Waalwijk we are carrying out a feasibility study into the possible implementation of an automatic shuttle. With this we hope to alleviate the transport problems in the area.
SUMMALab stands for Smart Urban Mobility Meta Lab and gives professional, substantiated and practice-oriented advice on setting up and evaluating experiments.
Partly as a result of the (expected) growth of cities and the increase in major maintenance work on, for example, traffic intersections and bridges, more and more bottlenecks and congestion are arising in the various transport networks. Within the traffic network, the control space is simply exhausted. This calls for innovative alternatives so that comfortable travel is and remains possible for everyone. Because these alternatives are sustainable, they contribute directly to an increased quality of the living environment.
Together with Breda University of Applied Sciences, we have started a research into the implementation of smart delivery robots on the campus of the BUAS.
As one of the first major cities in The Hague, a self-driving minibus, the HagaShuttle, runs between a public transport stop and the main entrance of the Haga Hospital.
Together with the municipalities of Noordwijk and Katwijk, ESA ESTEC, Arriva and Rebel Automated Shuttles, the province of Zuid-Holland set up a project with self-driving minibuses.
The Researchlab Autonomous Shipping makes the connection between government, science and industry. The RAS will work on concrete themes such as the autonomous mooring and platooning.
The Researchlab Automated Driving Delft (RADD) on the TU Delft campus offers space for experiments with automated transport in lifelike situations.
Woerden is the fastest growing municipality in the West-Utrecht region. The Future Mobility Network has written a mobility vision for the area.
In the city of The Hague, a former industrial estate is being redeveloped into a sustainable living/working area, namely the Central Innovation Distric.
In the upcoming years, knowledge development in the field of automatic transport will be more important. We created a knowlegde agenda.
Walk21 is an international charity dedicated to ensuring the “right to walk”. This year’s annual conference Walk21 will be held in Rotterdam
The A15 between Ridderkerk and Gorinchem is the second most expensive traffic jam in the Netherlands. In this project a short term solution is devised to solve the major traffic problems.
Commissioned by the Drechtsteden region and in cooperation with Rebel, we are investigating the possibility to solve part of the accessibility problem in the region by means of finely meshed transport by water.
De Kaag is a wetland area with a lot of tourism and pleasure boating. A possible solution to increase service times could be an autonomous ferry.
The city of Rotterdam, like other cities, will have to deal with a zero emission zone in 2025. What is the role of the government in this?