In the coming years there will be a lot of work that will cause traffic disruption in and around The Hague. This affects the accessibility and mobility of the city. Travelers, suppliers, employees and visitors will have to deal with this from next year until beyond 2030.
On Wednesday 28 June, the municipality of The Hague and Zuid Holland Bereikbaar will map out the mobility solutions with partners from the city. During this meeting, accessibility, sustainable alternatives, partial transport and customized solutions will be discussed. In addition, there are workshops on the legal information obligation for companies with 100+ FTE, the Zero Emission Zones in The Hague and insight into travel methods.
|Date:||Wednesday, June 28, 2023|
|Start program:||4.30 pm|
|Networking drink:||6:00 pm – 7:00 pm|
|Location:||The Hague Humanity Hub, Fluwelen Burgwal 58, 2511 CJ The Hague|
See the full program below:
|4.30 pm||Word of welcome Anne Mulder, alderman for Mobility and Outdoor Space|
|4.40 pm||Explanation of Zuid-Holland Bereikbaar|
|4.45 pm||Short, medium and long-term activities in The Hague and the region|
|5.00 pm||Interview with entrepreneurs. What are the best practices?|
|5.10 pm||The Hague Connected! and European Mobility Week|
|5.15 pm||Pitches for partial transport providers|
|5.20 pm||Workshops: Choose from, among others:
– Statutory obligation to provide travel behavior information for companies with 100+ employees
– Zero Emission Zones The Hague from 2025
– Customized solutions for insight into employee travel modes with (free) scans.
|6:00 pm||Discussion and networking drink|
As an entrepreneur you are very welcome, you can register via this registration form.
During the networking drink there is also the opportunity to talk to specialists and to ask questions about specific topics.