Maritime & Inland shipping

Transport & Mobility Leuven did several studies on inland and maritime shipping: emissions, economic assessments, modal shift studies.

Recente projecten


GHG Emission Reduction in European Maritime Transport

GHG emission reduction potential of EU-related maritime transport and its impacts

freighttrain waterways

EMMOSS model

Flemish emission model for inland shipping, maritime transport and rail


Maritime Emission Control Areas

A new EU maritime emission baseline up to 2050, including the costs of reducing emissions

ship canal


Effects of climate change on inland waterways and inland shipping competitiveness

Trade Facilitation Impact

Improving the efficiency of importing and exporting containers by using an advanced electronic system


World Container Model (WCM)

The worldwide container model in brief



Calculation of air quality along waterways and in ports


Competitiveness of Short Sea Shipping

Analysis of the competitiveness of European Short Sea Shipping compared to road and rail transport


Market-based Instruments for Reducing Air Pollution

Assessment of policy options to reduce air pollution from shipping


External Costs of Maritime Transport

Evaluation of the consequences of the revised MARPOL Annex VI in 2015



Screening of air quality problems in Flanders due to road traffic (for NOx and PM10)

ship inland waterways

Optimisation of Ship-generated Waste Collection

Solutions for more optimal ship-generated waste collection for Flanders inland shipping

Strategic Freight Model Flanders

Policy support using the strategic freight model Flanders

Port of Antwerp containers - Image of HesselVisser, Pixabay

Monitoring instrument of Flemish transport nodes

Exploratory study towards an instrument for quantitative analysis of mobility within the Flemish transport nodes


Short Sea Shipping

Short Sea Shipping as an alternative for road transport over long distances

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