We realize the mobility of tomorrow

From A to B in a sustainable, safe and healthy way, for our residents and our goods

mobility hubs implemented
area developments made more liveable
driverless shuttles, ferries and robots implemented

Our expertise

We deal with these themes

Why FMN?

On paper, we are a mobility consultancy. But in practice we are much more than that. We are moving away from traditional mobility and are building the future together with our customers.

  • We learn by doing. This is how we quickly achieve great results.
  • Major clients such as the Dutch provinces, Kennedy Space Center and the World Bank already entrust their projects to us.
  • We do not think in problems, but in solutions. Can’t? We think of a way in which it can still be done.

About FMN

The Future Mobility Network helps the world on its way towards the mobility of the future. How will we transport ourselves and our goods in 5, 10 or 20 years? That is one of the issues we deal with every day.

Self-driving shuttles for the last mile, hubs, city logistics, sustainable area developments, traffic solutions and goods transport by drone or robot, we make it possible. We not only advise on these types of projects, but we also ensure that the dreams of our clients (and ours!) become reality.

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Projects we are proud of

project management

Mobility issues municipality Altena

Client: Gemeente Altena
The municipality of Altena has asked us to address several issues in the field of traffic and mobility. Within the issues, we also do participation processes with residents and businesses. We draw up traffic plans and do traffic advice.

Quickscan accessibility Stougjesdijk Oost

Client: ABB Bouwgroep
Commissioned by ABB Bouwgroep, we conducted a Quickscan in the field of (sustainable) Mobility for the Stougjesdijk-Oost expansion site in Oud-Beijerland.


Meet our team: a group of creative thinkers and doers with a passion for mobility and a green heart.

Latest news

First teleoperated shared car in the Netherlands

For the first time, a remote-controlled shared car has driven around the Netherlands. In cooperation with the Estonian company Elmo, the car was on display at the Vakbeurs Openbare Ruimte and the Future Mobility Park. The first meters of a revolution in the share car sector in the Netherlands.
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