Mobility in the region
To get traffic in the Periphery flowing smoothly again, we are optimising the networks for various types of transport with the Werken aan de Ring programme. We are integrating and connecting networks with one another.
We are bringing the R0 and the connective underlying road network back into line using the road categorisation. We will be returning the traffic to the roads they are meant to be using. To achieve this we are creating a managing network in which car and truck traffic will use the routes that are most appropriate or desirable for them. In this way, we aim to direct undesirable traffic away from residential areas.
Our strong choice is for a multi-modal approach in order to improve the infrastructure for all road users.
The pedestrian network is fragmented and the safety of the soft road user is not guaranteed. That is why the existing Ring crossing points will be improved and we will also be constructing new, safe crossings.
We are working on a joined-up cycle network that is both recreational and functional to ensure an improved cycling experience. The construction of an inviting, more efficient and safe infrastructure will promote the transition to cycling.
The Brabantnet includes three new public transport links in order to offer drivers more alternatives to the car. The three tram(bus) lines – with a combined total of 60 km – will ensure a smooth transition between the Noordrand and the capital.
Car and truck traffic
We are working on the renewal of the old infrastructure by increasing its logic and legibility. We are attempting to improve traffic safety in order to decrease the number of incidents and accidents, and to improve traffic flows.
In addition to improving the networks of the different transport modes, we are also focussing on combining different types of transport in a reliable way. That is why we are installing mobihubs in various locations. They are physical places at which there are different options for changing from one type of transport to another.