Sweco sets out their vision for mobility and transport in Belgium
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Sweco sets out their vision for mobility and transport in Belgium

Sweco sets out their vision for mobility and transport in Belgium

As part of a consortium, Sweco will provide process guidance and set out the mobility vision for several transport regions in Belgium.

The project has been commissioned by the Flemish Department of Mobility and Public Works and is worth approximately 3.4 million euros.

The consortium, consisting of Sweco, The New Drive and Goudappel Coffeng, will set out regional mobility plans for the ‘Vlaamse Rand’ (Flemish periphery), Ghent, Limburg, Mechelen and Kortrijk. Sweco is part of the core team that will provide process guidance and set out the long-term vision. The consortium is currently drawing up the mobility plan for the transport region of Antwerp.

Sweco sets out their vision for mobility and transport in Belgium

All transport regions in Flanders have a framework within which they can collaborate on mobility challenges. Sweco’s assignment will assist 155 of the 300 Flemish municipalities to set a mobility vision for all modes of transport, including public transport networks, measures for improving traffic flow, traffic safety and cycling policies.

Sweco plans and designs tomorrow’s communities and cities. Their work produces sustainable buildings, efficient infrastructure and access to electricity and clean water. With 16,000 employees in Europe, they offer customers the right expertise for every situation and carry out projects in 70 countries annually throughout the world.

Sweco sets out their vision for mobility and transport in Belgium

Sweco is Europe’s leading engineering and architecture consultancy, with sales of approximately EUR 1.8 billion.

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