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Meet LINK, our latest mobility management platform for traffic operators and citizens

In April 2020, TMaaS launched their first online mobility management dashboard for the City of Ghent, including monitoring options for traffic, parkings, P&R buses, public transport time tables and much more. Explore the features of our mobility management dashboard on this page or visit LINK.Gent for direct access to realtime mobility monitoring in Ghent.

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Switch to dark screen mode on LINK.Gent

The light theme design of Link.Gent is by default the standard mode. However, you can switch if you wish to the dark theme easily. This video explains how to do that.

Analyzing traffic in your neighborhood

An easy to understand interface allows both professional users and citizens to check the current traffic situation in their neighborhood. This video explains how to monitor traffic in your area on the Link.Gent dashboard.

Real time public transport time schedules

If you want to check if your train is delayed, you can use the Link.Gent dashboard to quickly check the timetables of trains and buses departing from the main train stations. This video explains how you can quickly check if your commuter train leaving from Ghent St Pieters station to Kortrijk is on time.

Pedestrian counting in Ghent

Large parts of the historical city center of Ghent are made car free (read more about the vision of Ghent on traffic management). Realtime monitoring of crowdedness is an integrated part of the multi-modal traffic management center and with XX pedestrian counting points, an integrated overview of the center’s crowdedness can be obtained. Watch this video to see how you can check if certain areas of the center of Ghent are crowded.

Secure bicycle parking

In the historic center there are two free guarded bicycle parking facilities. On the Link.Gent dashboard, you can check how many free spaces there are left in these facilities.

Urban Innovative Actions

This project is co-financed by the European Regional and Development Fund through the Urban Innovative Actions Initiative.

Urban Innovative Actions is an Initiative of the European Union that provides urban areas throughout Europe with resources to test new and unproven solutions to address urban challenges.

Based on article 8 of ERDF, the Initiative has a total ERDF budget of EUR 372 million for 2014-2020.