Transport & Mobility Leuven

Transport & Mobility Leuven is a private research company founded in 2002 by the  KU Leuven and 3 private partners. TML is specialised in quantitative transport research and transport modelling.  It is a multi-disciplinary team of high-level specialists in traffic engineering, transport modelling, transport economics, spatial economics and environmental science. 

TML  carries out research for governments and businesses to support their policy making.  This research covers not only transport itself, but also a broad range of related issues: energy, environment, safety, logistics, spatial planning and effects on  society in general.

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The final report is available on the website

This training day takes place 20 February, 2017

Press release of 28 October 2016

Press release of 13 October 2016 

The role of speed limiters in the CO2 regulation of new light commercial vehicles

Master plan development of Zele town centre

Further investigation temporary terminus tram Hasselt - Maastricht

The final report is available on the website

The three winners are known!

Field tests in Flanders (Belgium) with cooperative intelligent transport systems for trucks

The final report is available on the website

Citizen led air pollution reduction in cities

Effects of potential scenarios for greener fiscal policy, more specifically through road pricing for passenger cars

Coordination of research and innovation in the framework of CIVITAS 2020

Demonstration of innovative sustainable mobility measures in European cities

The final report is available on the website

Outline for the future spatial development of the city of Vilvoorde

Urban masterplan for the former Santenssite in Oudenaarde

Update 2016

Mobility, vehicle fleet, energy use and emissions forecast tool for Europe version 2.0 development

The final report is available on the website

Effects of a continuation of the rail transport subsidy on freight markets and on the level playing field for freight transport in Belgium

The final report is available on the website

Commercial feasibility of the development of a tool for urban mobility measures

Feasibility study on the 3RX rail corridor between Belgium and Germany

COMPetition for AIR traffic management

press & presentations