Beter Benutten ('Optimising Use') 2012 - 2017
From 2012 to 2017, the Maastricht Bereikbaar Programme Office participated in the national Beter Benutten ('Optimising Use') programme. From 2012 until 2014, this programme focused on the city of Maastricht and was subsequently scaled up to cover South Limburg through the 'employer approach' from 2015 until 2017. Employers can join Maastricht Bereikbaar and offer smart travel solutions to their employees.
The Beter Benutten ('Optimising Use') programme consisted of a combination of measures to make it easier for commuters, tourists, and lorry drivers to get to where they need to be quickly and efficiently. In the busy regions, the national and regional governments have joined forces with the business community to implement measures that all available infrastructure is used efficiently and as effectively as possible, in order to improve accessibility.
View the results 2015 to 2017 (from p. 22). For more information on the employer approach, see p. 27.
If you want to know more about what's going on at a national level, then visit the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management’s more information about Beter Benutten('Optimising Use') webpage.
Working on a renewed programme for Maastricht Bereikbaar
The Maastricht Bereikbaar programme works on a three-year cycle. The current programme will end on 31 December 2018. All parties involved are currently consulting on how to continue the successful and established commitment between all involved parties and stakeholders from 1 January 2019. For more information, visit the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management’s more information about Beter Benutten('Optimising Use') webpage.