Projects in the workfield


Health and infrastructure

For the innovation program of RWS opportunities haven been researched for the organization to contribute to a broad definition of health. Usually, this is interpreted in the narrow form of health protection (air and noise barriers). The broad interpretation is based on… Continue Reading →

Fietsland (Country for cyclists)

The bike has for a long time been considered as an decentralized means of transport, in which the government plays no role. ‘Fietsland’ is a discourse to put effort on cycling as an important ingredient for an competitive and viable country, and where the… Continue Reading →

Ring road and the city

The ring road and the city are more connected than the original concept suggests. For example, the ring road dictates the development zone of the city, through environmental (air and noise) restrictions. Ring roads often process 30-50% of the urban… Continue Reading →

Environment Guide

The Environment Guide is a tool that provides the user insight into the opportunities for sustainable spatial development on the basis of 12 sustainability themes. The instrument is easily accessible, visually and applicable to smaller and larger projects, abstract to concrete. It is… Continue Reading →

Networking for Urban Vitality

Networking for Urban Vitality is the program for Rijkswaterstaat, Ruimte Vlaanderen (Flanders) and Trafikverket (Sweden), on the basis of best practice and practice exercises from cooperating european road authorities and land developers to develop knowledge on integrated sustainable development of city infrastructure. TEMAH… Continue Reading →