In September and October, maintenance work will be conducted on the railway tracks at a number of locations. If you often travel by train, then please bear in mind that your journey may take longer and that replacement transport by bus may apply. People who travel by car must also take potential road closures into account. Below is an explanation of the maintenance works and what consequences they may have for your journey by train or by car.
Ondernemers en beleidsmakers hebben dagelijks te maken met het thema mobiliteit. Zij denken bijvoorbeeld na over duurzaamheid, over de voor- en nadelen van flexibel werken of over logistieke vraagstukken. Er zijn talloze manieren om daarbij te ondersteunen. Tijdens de ‘Zuid-Limburgse MobiliteitsArena’ op 20 september stelt Maastricht Bereikbaar hen op de hoogte.
In the week of Monday 9 September, the fixed bicycle racks in front of Albert Heijn will be replaced with short-stay bicycle parking spaces. Bicycles and mopeds can be parked in these spaces for up to one hour. We will explain the rules of the short-stay bicycle parking spaces as well as where you can park your moped or bike for longer periods of time.
The province of Limburg will start celebrating the 75th anniversary of Liberation in 2019. On 14 September, a number of activities will take place in the centre of Maastricht. Various traffic and parking measures will be implemented on this day in order to ensure that things run smoothly.
Did you spot the ‘Every move counts’ promotional team in South Limburg? During the recent summer months, they were hard at work rewarding people who travelled smart with prize draw codes. Everyone was able to contribute to reducing CO2 emissions by cycling, using public transport, walking, or travelling via a P+R. Close to 25,000 smart travellers received a prize draw code.