Projects and articles of Sebastiaan Boschmans
ResearcherSebastiaan Boschmans graduated as a civil engineer in mechanical engineering. Because of his interest in topics related to energy and climate change, he chose the option thermotechnical sciences with additional courses in transport economics. Sebastiaan is convinced that the city can be a solution for all kinds of problems, including the mobility and climate issues. Within TML, he therefore focuses on studies and projects related to making cities more sustainable and improving the quality of life, by evaluating existing (mobility) policy and performing impact analyses on policy measures to be implemented. His study work, related to multimodality to make freight and passenger transport more sustainable, falls within the same area of interest. The emphasis is on literature research into policy measures, estimating emissions via data analysis and programming, and performing social cost-benefit analyses.
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.
TERM 2020 Train or plane?
Annual TERM report on current developments in the transport and environment area.
SCBA sustainability rail traffic
SCBA to make rail transport more sustainable by further electrification of the Belgian railway network or replacement of diesel traction by other sustainable modes of transport.
Masterplan Slaughterhouse Site Antwerp
TML advises city developer AG Vespa in the development of a new mobility concept for Antwerp's slaughterhouse site, with specific attention to the parking problems and the accessibility of the site.
Evaluation support study for the Urban Mobility Package
Support Study for the evaluation of the urban mobility package and the European Mobility Week.
Study to objectify mobility policy
This study makes a diagnoses of the congestion problem within Flanders and Brussels. Furthermore, this study aims to formulate recommendations for concrete solutions to reduce congestion.