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.

city commuters


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.

Slachthuiskaai Hasselt

Blauwe Boulevard Hasselt

TML is responsible for the analysis and creation of the traffic light regulations for the 3 intersections on the Slachthuiskaai.

Road categorisation

Support MDVM

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.

Estimated share of electric vehicles in the fleet in 2050

Impact of electric vehicle growth on the electricity grid

The use of electric vehicles is an important aspect in the fight against particulate matter and the realization of the climate objectives. The crucial question is whether the current networks are ready to accommodate the predicted influx of electric vehicles.

Planning study De Bieshoek

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.

non-combustion particulate matter emissions

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.

Investments in the EU energy sector

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

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.


Holiday mobility of disadvantaged people

Research into feasible mobility solutions for Flanders.

wecount window graphic


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

[New study] 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.

bus stop


[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.


TML Thesis Prize 2020


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


Telraam is awarded API of the year


TML TALKS #7 2021: Year of the rail?

Webinar: Station environments, cargo and passenger transport in a comparative perspective (in dutch)

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