Projects and articles of Gitte Van Den Bergh
ResearcherGitte Van Den Bergh graduated with a degree in Physics and also obtained a degree in Additional studies in Informatics. After her studies she joined TRITEL (later Tractebel Engineering), where she specialised in the use and development of macroscopic traffic models. She also contributed to the development of various urban models, the modelling of port-related traffic flows and the simulation of parking behaviour. Currently she works at TML as a researcher in traffic and transport models.
Coordination of research and innovation in the framework of CIVITAS 2020.
Demonstration of innovative sustainable mobility measures in European cities.
Master plan development of Zele town centre.
PlanMER-screening Antwerp Expo
Mobility analysis to support the PlanMER-screening of Antwerp Expo
Management System for the Traffic Lights in Antwerp
Design and implementation of an innovative management system and control strategy.
Assessment of Gent’s traffic circulation plan
Extensive analysis of the effects of the traffic circulation plan for the inner city of Gent.
Basic Accessibility to Flemish Urban and Regional Transport
Substantiation and funding of the core network and broader market functioning of the supplementary network.
Mobility KU Leuven
Evaluation of mobility and mobility measures KU Leuven
Improving carpooling by changes in attitudes and motivational triggers in 5 cities in Europe, among which Leuven
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
Usability of unmanned aerial vehicles as a platform for registration equipment
Impact Express Tramline Maastricht
Further investigation temporary terminus tram Hasselt - Maastricht
Development of a Transport Model
Development of a combined traffic engineering – transport economic model
Master Plan Izegem
Elaboration of an integrated master plan for the city of Izegem
New Tramlines in Brussels
Traffic engineering design of new tramlines around Brussels
Express Tramline Hasselt-Maastricht
Validation analysis express tramline 1 Hasselt-Maastricht
Guidelines EIA Mobility
New guidelines for the mobility discipline under the various EIA procedures
Models for Optimizing Dynamic Urban Mobility
Project EIR N60 Ronse
Elaboration discipline Human-Mobility in the Project EIR for the missing link ‘extension N60 Ronse’
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
Environmental Impact Assessment Report Oosterweel Connection
Road Works Management
Road Works Management during the construction of the BRABO 2 tramlines in Antwerp
Parking Study for the City of Antwerp
Revision of the current parking policy plan
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
Urban Renewal Lokeren Railway Station Area
Update of the master plan of the railway station area and Park ter Beuken
Mobility Management with ANPR
How to use ANPR cameras for traffic management purposes?