Transport & Mobility Leuven
Transport & Mobility Leuven is a private research company founded in 2002 by the KU Leuven and the Dutch research institute TNO. 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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A study on jobs and job creation in the European cycling sector
Traffic engineering design of new tram lines around Brussels
A platform for secure payments and smart multimodal trip planning
The joint technical report is available on the website
Micro simulation and CBA to support the impact study Woluwelaan
Data gathering and analysis to improve understanding of the fleet, market and CO2 emissions of N2 and M2 category of vehicles
The final report is available on the website
The BiTiBi project website is online
press & presentations
- 2 July 2014, Bruno van Zeebroeck gave an interview for brusselnieuws.be: Cycling is good for the economy
- 2 June 2014, Sven Maerivoet gave a course on traffic data and software in the mobility policy of municipalities for the Mobiliteitsacademie (Vlaamse Stichting Verkeerskunde) in Antwerp
- 19 May 2014, Sven Maerivoet gave an interview for het Nieuwsblad on the impact of the zipper merging lanes
- 13 May 2014, Eef Delhaye gave a presentation at the Vlaams Congres voor Verkeersveiligheid on the evaluation of speed limiters for commercial transport
- 9 May 2014, Bruno Van Zeebroeck gave an interview for Le Soir on the effects of cycling on the economy
- 7 May 2014, Sven Maerivoet gave an interview for Het Nieuwsblad on the effects of congestion
- 25 April 2014, Bruno Van Zeebroeck gave a presentation at the colloquium Wallonie Cyclable on the economic evaluation of cycling in the Walloon region (in French)
- 14-17 April 2014, Sven Maerivoet was speaker at the Transportation Research Arena (TRA2014) with the presentation: A Study on Co-Modality and Eco-Driving Mobility, a poster: A behavioural experiment on intelligent road user charging and another poster on MODUM: Models for Optimising Dynamic Urban Mobility