Urban Plateau Turnhout
Elaboration of the master plan for the redesign of the heaviest black spot in Flanders.
Estuary shipping and its its possible developments in the medium term
Research into the technical possibilities to achieve better services in estuary shipping
Analysis of the Flemish multimodal nodes
We analyse the main bottlenecks for the development of multimodal freight transport hubs in Flanders and propose an action plan to eliminate them.
CO2 emissions of road traffic in the EU ETS
This study examines the conditions and impact of the possible inclusion of road traffic CO2 emissions in an emissions trading system.
Holiday mobility of disadvantaged people
Research into feasible mobility solutions for Flanders.
Vilvoorde traffic and parking guidance with ANPR and PGS technology
Towards a smart digital ANPR and parking guidance system to keep car pressure low and make the city centre accessible and liveable.
nuMIDAS is a Horizon 2020 research project, led by TML, that will build a toolkit to help decision makers in cities tackle new mobility trends and challenges.
Road works impact management Viaduct Vilvoorde and Henneaulaan Zaventem
TML provided support and advice to BAM Contractors for the works on the Vilvoorde Viaduct and the works on the Henneaulaan in Zaventem.
Design of Road Traffic Management Albania
TML is helping to develop a traffic management system for the roads in Albania.
Preparatory research on decarbonising the Belgian maritime sector
The maritime shipping sector is responsible for the highest CO2 emissions in Belgian waters. Decarbonising this sector requires many technical and operational measures. TML carried out a preparatory study.
Drafting of the road works impact management for the specifications of the Verapaz Bridge
For the yet to be built Verapaz bridge in Ghent, TML worked out the phasing of the works as part of the lesser disruption component.
Urban renewal project Scheldt quays
Innovative vision of the Scheldt quays as a connection between city and water, and as a junction of urban multimodal movements.
Simulations of new intersection designs on the Kempische Steenweg (N74) and circulation measures on the Hasselt Ring road (R71).
Mobility study for Science Park Campus Diepenbeek
Microsimulation and optimisation of future access variants.
Flemish Bouwmeester Scan
Broadening analysis with suggestions for a transition to a quality living environment, based on a more sustainable use of the environment.
TERM 2020 Train or plane?
Annual TERM report on current developments in the transport and environment area.
Study on the extension of the low emission zone in Ghent
In this study we analyse the most appropriate way to extend the current low emission zone in Ghent to a larger area.
Social inequality and air pollution exposure in European cities
Socio-economic deprived people are regularly being more exposed to air pollution, and are always more vulnerable to its consequences.
Impact studies SmartMove
The Brussels Government reached an agreement on 3 December on a smart road pricing scheme. This was substantiated by TML in collaboration with the Université Saint-Louis - Bruxelles. Our impact study (NL and FR) lists the effects on mobility and external costs of transport, budgetary effects and socio-economic effects.
The European Commission has released the urban mobility indicators (SUMI) benchmarking tool for cities to monitor and evaluate the implementation of their sustainable urban mobility plans, and assess the performance of their own policies.TML took the lead in the creation of this benchmarking tool.
Blauwe Boulevard Hasselt
TML is responsible for the analysis and creation of the traffic light regulations for the 3 intersections on the Slachthuiskaai.
Dynamic traffic models capture travel times and traffic jams in a realistic manner and are therefore ideally suited for scenario analyses at local and regional level to support dynamic traffic management.
Planning study "De Bieshoek"
TML was responsible for the analysis of the mobility aspects and conducted a quick scan Social Cost-Benefit Analysis for this project.
Review of recent studies and policies addressing non-combustion particulate matter emissions from break, tyre and road wear
Emissions of non-combustion pollutants from vehicles have increased over the past two decades. This includes emissions from break wear, tyre wear, and road wear.
Energy costs, taxes and the impact of government interventions on investments
Energy costs, taxes and the impact of government interventions on investments
Transport models for air quality
New air quality models require a new type of input with a higher degree of spatial detail. The bottleneck seems to lie in the estimation of transport volumes on a finely meshed map and the quality of the map with respect to the geo-location of the roads.
Microsimulation Ninovesteenweg Aalst
Designing vehicle-dependent light control and microsimulation of the N405 Ninovesteenweg x Nachtegaalstraat x Industrielaan in Aalst.
Redesigning the A12 as a primary road
As part of Team A12, TML is studying the redesign of the A12 to improve safety and traffic flow for all road users.
Met WeCount willen we burgers in beweging zetten om het voortouw te nemen in het aanmaken van gegevens, bewijs en kennis over mobiliteit in hun eigen buurt en straat. In het project staan vijf casestudies centraal die plaatsvinden in Madrid, Ljubljana, Dublin, Cardiff en Leuven. Voor die casestudies zetten we een aantal methodieken in uit de ‘citizen science’ om aan co-creatie te doen en maken we gebruik van innovatieve, goedkope en geautomatiseerde verkeerstellingssensoren.
SCBA sustainability rail traffic
Commissioned by the FPS Mobility and Transport, TML carried out a cost-benefit analysis of the further sustainability of rail transport, by further phasing out the non-electrified parts of the rail network.
[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.
We have job openings available for a junior and a senior traffic flow engineer, in Dutch (see https://www.tmleuven.be/nl/content/vacatures).
Note that spontaneous applications are welcome! Please send your motivational letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Transport & Mobility Leuven wins Business Mobility Awards
On Monday 23 November 2020, Flemish Minister of Mobility Lydia Peeters announced that Transport & Mobility Leuven has won the Business Mobility Award in the category of small and medium-sized enterprises.
Transport & Mobility Leuven signs Baanbrekende Werkgever charter
Recently, Transport & Mobility Leuven signed the charter of Baanbrekende Werkgever '21.
Telraam is awarded API of the year
The open data application ensures that citizens, authorities and engineering firms can request more detailed information for the active Telraam or partial elements thereof.
Distributional impact of a regional road pricing scheme in Flanders
Opponents to road charging often voice concerns on equity. Based on an extensive study, we show that benefits and costs depend mainly on the profile of the car user and not on income, such that households with average car use generally benefit.
TML Thesis Prize 2021
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?
Being a research company rooted in and closely linked to the KU Leuven, we actively promote innovative research and value new insights within our areas of expertise! Are you ready to step into the spotlights?
Apply for the TML Thesis Prize 2021! We welcome your application until the 21th of July 2021.
The founding of Rear Window
Telraam actively works with citizens to provide good traffic counts. After a year of preparatory work, the notary established on 27 January this year Rear Window BV, which will carry on the Telraam idea. We spoke briefly with Kris Vanherle, researcher at TML, co-founder and managing director of the new company.