Pilot Anwerp

Register as a test user!

Do you also want to spend less time in traffic and improve travel times? You can test two new and improved traffic and navigation services this fall if you regularly drive in the Antwerp region. Sign up today!

Make your choice below for a service provider that suits you. On the website of the service provider you can read more about the possible requirements (on your car for BMW drivers or on your telephone for the services of Be-Mobile or Livecrowd mobility).

Select your service provider here

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Do you want to participate, but do you (hardly) never drive in Antwerp? Services are also being tested in Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Munich.

What services can you test?

Smart tunnel service

In the Antwerp region, highway traffic can cross the river Schelde via two tunnels: the Kennedy tunnel and the Liefkenshoek tunnel. The Kennedy tunnel is the busiest tunnel in Flanders. The Liefkenshoek tunnel is a toll tunnel and therefore often less crowded. With the new smart tunnel service you will be offered an alternative route through the Liefkenshoek tunnel in the event of increased traffic in the Kennedy tunnel. If you accept the rerouting advice offered in your navigation system, you will receive a voucher with which you can drive for free through the Liefkenshoek tunnel. With this service we test whether traffic can be more evenly distributed over both Schelde tunnels.

Start: October 2019

Speed and lane information

This service offers in-car information (via an app on your smartphone) concerning speed limits, open and closed rush-hour lanes and closed lanes (due to incidents or road works).

Start: October 2019

How does the smart tunnel service work?

 

 

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Improved information about road works

Information about the exact location of road works or the duration of the road works is not always accurate. Consider, for example, unplanned work. As part of this project we improve the quality of information about roadworks by combining data from different partners, but also third parties, and testing it against feedback from road users and so-called Floating Car Data (FCD). The improved data flow is evaluated by the service providers and possibly applied in their existing products. You do not have to sign up for this service.

Start:  December 2019