Maandagmiddag 27 mei ontmoette wethouder duurzaamheid Gert-Jan Krabbendam werknemers van 19 bedrijven met een ambitie om minder energie te gebruiken. Zij kwamen in het stadhuis bij elkaar tijdens een kennissessie van het Maastrichts Energie Akkoord voor industrie (MEA-industrie).
The Subway restaurant at the P+R Maastricht Noord car park opened in early March. Drivers can park right in front of the restaurant and, during the months of June, July, and August, receive discount at the Subway Beatrixhaven restaurant if they show their P+R €2 day return ticket. The ‘Elke beweging telt’ (‘Every move counts’) summer campaign is our way of challenging travellers to participate to contribute to a city that is accessible and has reduced CO2 emissions. Parking at the edge of the city also counts.
During these summer days, we are challenging travellers to participate to contribute to a city that is accessible and has reduced CO2 emissions. After all, every move counts! Will you help us ‘count’ the reduced number of kilometres of traffic? You can do so by parking outside the city centre, ensuring your car has the correct tyre pressure, or by travelling by train or bicycle. If you participate, you will also have a chance to win great prizes.
As of 1 May, the international buses will no longer stop at the Kiss+Ride location at Meerssenerweg. The Municipality of Maastricht has assigned temporary locations next to the Groene Loper and Maasboulevard until the new bus stop is taken into use, which is expected to be in December 2019.
Thursday 30 May is Ascension Day. Many people will therefore have a long weekend. Our giant, Gigantius, will join nine fellow giants in a historic parade through the town starting at 1:30 PM on Sunday 2 June. Here are some travel tips to ensure that you can travel quickly and cheaply to the centre of Maastricht and avoid any congestion.