The municipalities of Wassenaar and Krimpen a/d IJssel are committed to tackling the traffic flow in their regions. Not just to battle the effects of pollution, but to increase traffic safety and understand its root cause and work together with their residents to create awareness and a change in behaviour in the region. Wassenaar and Krimpen a/d IJssel are located close to essential highways that link other cities in the region.
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The main challenge is to change people’s mindsets and habits by guiding them to alternative, more sustainable means of transport. The objective is to reduce traffic flows and improve the quality of life for the inhabitants. There are three major areas to explore:
For the municipality of Krimpen a/d IJssel, the main focus is on creating an efficient traffic flow while at the same time stimulating people to use sustainable and healthy means of transport.
The Municipality of Wassenaar would like to reduce the amount of traffic by creating awareness among drivers and offering technological solutions that help people make more sustainable and healthier choices. Reducing the maximum speed limit to 30km/h is one of the currently researched options.
Does your company have an innovative solution to give the municipalities tools to manage the traffic flow, provide real-time traffic density information or guide people to alternative means of transport? Then sign up now and get the chance to win a paid pilot with the municipality of Krimpen a/d IJssel or Wassenaar.
The Metropole Region of Rotterdam and The Hague (MRDH) has had a partnership with YES!Delft for years to support their municipalities to become Cities of the Future. Last year, we helped the municipalities of Wassenaar and Ridderkerk to tackle their air quality challenges. Is your startup going to be the next solution implemented in the municipalities in the MRDH? Join this challenge and win a paid pilot with one of the municipalities.
The Metropolitan Region Rotterdam The Hague (MRDH) is an urban metropolis comprising 23 municipalities, a population of 2.3 million and employment for 1.2 million. 13.5% of Dutch people work here, representing 15% of the Gross National Product. A major economic centre of the Netherlands. Every town and village has an identity of its own but partnerships are forged to strengthen the region’s economy.