1 July will be accompanied by radical changes in the mobility of Flanders. The adjustments affect both car owners and public transport users, and truck drivers must also take the new regulations into account. As of July 1, several changes will be implemented that affect the mobility of citizens in Flanders.
In Limburg, a quarter of all bus lines will be redesigned in a first phase and a new 'Kothopper' will be installed for students. The Flemish government has the ambition to reform public transport in Flanders. The aim of the reform is to improve public transport, make it more efficient and
The pilot aims to test whether the software is optimally geared to the needs of dial-a-bus users. The pilot project for the Hoppin power station has started as part of the phased roll-out of basic accessibility: from 29 November, anyone who wants to reserve a dial-a-bus in the Klein-Brabant dial-a-bus area (Puurs – Sint-Amands) can call the
"Exchange of views on the roll-out of the Basic Accessibility Decree" With the new mobility vision, Flanders is focusing on more efficient public transport, geared to our bicycle and road network. The train network remains the backbone of public transport in Flanders for which the Federal Government is responsible. In addition, we know the core network, the transport layer on
In the coming years, Flanders will be provided with a completely renewed transport model. Residents of large cities to residents on the flat land must find their way within the new transport plan. The player who has to 'solve' this for the Flemish community is Via. While services like Uber have companies worldwide