Projects and articles of Bruno Van Zeebroeck
ResearcherBruno Van Zeebroeck is coordinating transport and mobility projects for regional, federal, national and European public authorities for more than 10 years. His projects concern emission and external costs calculations, welfare impacts, social cost benefit analysis, electric mobility… He is particularly interested in the high societal benefits for our mobility system of active mobility (like cycling) and light electric vehicles (like pedelecs). He obtained a Master’s degree in Business Engineering, completed his studies with a “diplôme en affaires publiques” at the UCL in Louvain-La-Neuve and took courses in traffic science, environmental and transportation economics. Before joining TML, he worked within the Belgian Federal Planning Bureau at the establishment of green national accounts.
Aeroflex supports vehicle manufacturers to meet the coming challinges and increase efficiency for road freight transport.
Research on Clean Power for Taxis.
Innovations/solutions for the transition to a more sustainable mobility system
Research for the Environmental Outlook 2018 of the MIRA Department.
Evaluation of Federal Climate Measures
Evaluation of federal policy and measures related to emission reductions.
Seamless energy efficient door-to-door transport through Bike-Train-Bike combination.
Implementation LEZ Brussels
Advise on supporting measures to accompany the implementation of the low emission zone in Brussels.
Walloon regional plan for the reduction of air pollution
Blueprint of a Walloon regional plan abating air pollution by 2030.
Objective needs analyses-tool bicycle infrastructure
(Re)development of the OBA-tool to prioritise investments to bicycle infrastructure.
Basic Accessibility to Flemish Urban and Regional Transport
Substantiation and funding of the core network and broader market functioning of the supplementary network.
Improving carpooling by changes in attitudes and motivational triggers in 5 cities in Europe, among which Leuven
Benchmark Study (Electric) Shared Bicycle Systems
Can electrification of the Brussels shared bicycle systems increase their use?
Level Playing Field for Freight Transport in Belgium
Effects of a continuation of the rail transport subsidy on freight markets and the level playing field for freight transport in Belgium
Tool-supported policy-development for regional adaptation strategies
Transport Success Stories
Transport success stories on environment
A knowledge database for foreign and domestic best bicycle practices
Regional Fleet Composition
Development of an approach for harmonized fleet composition statistics for the Belgian regions for use in emission modelling; Update for COPERT5
Safety-related Aspects of Tyre Use
EU-wide safety effects of tyre choice and use: the influence of weather, tread depth, Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) and consumer information
Job Creation Potential of Cycling
A study on job creation in the European cycling sector
Flemish emission model for inland shipping, maritime transport and rail
Cycling in Wallonia: Does It Pay Off?
Estimation of the direct and indirect impacts of cycling today and in the future
Cycling in Brussels: Does It Pay Off?
Estimation of the direct and indirect impacts with a modal share of 20% cyclists
Environmental Objectives for Brussels Vehicle Fleets
Determination of environmental objectives for fleet owners based on the analysis of some Brussels vehicle fleets and the best available technologies
Market-based Instruments for Reducing Air Pollution
Assessment of policy options to reduce air pollution from shipping
Evolution of emissions of inland waterways, rail, air and maritime transport
Transport Sector Evolution 2050
Prospective study of transport evolution by 2050
Energy Use and Emission Reductions in Brussels
TML built a transparent transport simulation model for the BIM-IBGE
Road Pricing analysis of trucks in Flanders
Effects of European railway policy on transport of goods
Economic Effects 80 km/h
Analysis of economic effects of a speed limitation to 80 km/h for trucks on Belgian motorways; Calculation of the Costs; Estimations and Assumptions in the Study
Emissions of road traffic in Belgium 1990-2030
Pilot study to develop the concept of 'smart rural transport areas'
Innovative Economic Models
Sudy on Innovative Economic Models and their contribution to a sustainable mobility.
Impact analysis: shift from public means to public transport and active transport
What is the potential of a shift from public means to active & public transport?
Evaluation support study for the Urban Mobility Package
Support Study for the evaluation of the urban mobility package and the European Mobility Week.
Elimination of boundaries for the clustering of cargo flows by rail
Mapping of the physical and organisational boundaries of cargo flows by rail in Flanders, and analysis of a possible subsidy.