The TransAID consortium develops and demonstrates traffic management procedures and protocols to enable smooth coexistence of automated, connected, and conventional vehicles, especially at Transition Areas. Deliverable D6.1 is available now!
[Follow-up Study] Six months after Mobiscore had been launched, TML conducted a thorough analysis of the results in cooperation with the Environment, Nature and Energy Department. Based on the results of this study, we will make proposals to improve the Mobiscore in such way that the tool is better aligned to its policy purposes.
In a future in which autonomous and connected vehicles will be more prevalent, traffic safety remains an important topic. In the ConACon project, we study how to use the data from these vehicles to improve traffic safety. Our research has been nominated for the Flemish Safety Award 2020.
Monitoring instrument of Flemish transport nodes
Within this project, we study the feasibility of an instrument being able to produce an analysis in figures on the mobility of Flemish nodes (the seaports of Anwerp, Ghent, Zeebrugge and Ostend, and the airports Kortrijk-Wevelgem, Oostende-Brugge, Zaventem and Antwerp) for freight in particular.
TML Thesis Prize 2020
Are you about to accomplish a thesis on mobility or traffic and transport, safety, traffic and spatial planning, transport technology or freight transport at a Belgian university or college? Apply for the TML Thesis Prize 2020!