The Flemish Minister for Mobility and Public Works, Lydia Peeters, has announced that no less than €2.2 billion will be provided in 2020 to boost infrastructure and mobility across Belgium.
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Keolis has carried out more than 30 trials and demonstrations, driven 40,000km and transported 110,000 passengers in autonomous shuttles.
The Traffic Management-as-a-Service project team – Sophie Gillaerts, Team Leader at City of Ghent, Evert Gellynck, Traffic Engineer at TMaaS partner Be-Mobile, and Prof. Dr. Ir. Sidharta Gautama, Business Developer at UGent Innovation Centre for Intelligent Information Processing (i-KNOW) – talk about the project's implementation and challenges.
If all testing is completed successfully, by 2021 there will be an autonomous shuttle transporting passengers and staff around Brussels Airport...
One of the largest Volkswagen Group importers in Europe, D’letern has launched a car-sharing project under the name of Poppy…
10 April 2017 | By Roger Kesteloot, Director General of De Lijn
Roger Kesteloot, Director General of De Lijn, explores the advantages of the tram bus as a mode of public transport when the construction of subway or tram infrastructure is not a feasible solution to reduce traffic congestion in cities.
10 February 2017 | By Katie Sadler, Intelligent Transport
Public transport operator TEC Group has placed an order for 90 electric hybrid buses and 12 charging solutions for Charleroi and Namur.
2 November 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Intelligent Transport
CAF is to supply approximately 146 low-floor trams to Flemish Transportation Company De Lijn for the provinces of East and West Flanders and Antwerp.
24 August 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Intelligent Transport
Flemish public transport company De Lijn has begun initial Trambus test runs on a future route which will commence in 2019. The Trambus test programme will commence on a planned route from Jette to Brussels Airport via Vilvoorde. The trial will determine what changes are needed to existing infrastructure in…
8 August 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Intelligent Transport
Brussels public transport operator Société des Transports Intercommunaux de Bruxelles (MIVB/STIB) has awarded a 12 year framework contract for the supply of units for the Brussels Metro to CAF.
23 May 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Intelligent Transport
This video displays the eight year construction of Brussels' new Schuman intermodal hub which now connects trains, subways, buses, bicycles and taxis.
3 May 2016 | By Pascal Smet, Minister of Mobility and Public Works, Brussels
Brussels needs a new balance. We need to move from being a city for cars to a city for people. There’s no denying that Brussels has too many cars. Urban planning dating back to the 1950s and 1960s placed cars centrally in the city’s design. Over the last couple of…
3 May 2016 | By Luc Bioul and Luc Derie, STIB
370 million journeys are undertaken each year in the Belgian capital and year on year increasing use is being made of the buses, trams and metros belonging to the Brussels Public Transport Company (STIB). In order to keep up with the ever increasing number of travellers – and continue to…
4 April 2016 | By GIRO
De Lijn has awarded GIRO a major contract to upgrade its HASTUS software installation...