About TMaaS

What we do


TMaaS (Traffic Management as a Service) is a partnership between the City of Ghent (Belgium), Be-Mobile, De Staatse Ruiter, European Passengers Federation, Ghent University, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, TomTom Location Technology Germany, TomTom Belgium and Waylay. This project is co-financed by the European Regional and Development Fund through the Urban Innovative Actions Initiative.

The City of Ghent

The City of Ghent has pursued a sustainable mobility policy for the city for more than 40 years. This resulted, among other things, in the further expansion of the large pedestrian area in the historic center.

In addition, in April 2017, all traffic axes were cut through the city to prevent car traffic from passing through the city center.

The city now plans to intensify its focus on multimodal travel. The realization of a multimodal traffic center to inform citizens is a key element of the most recent mobility plan of the City of Ghent (Strategic Mobility Vision 2030).

Contact us



    Jens de Valck

    System Architect Be-Mobile

    Evert Gellynck

    Technical Project Manager Be-Mobile

    Isaak Yperman

  • Kevin Sanders

    Kevin Sanders

    Researcher at Mintlab KU Leuven

    Monika Pepikj

    Researcher TomTom

    Bart Volckaert

    Map architect TomTom

    Timo Latruwe

    Researcher Business Modeling Ghent University

    Dominique Gillis

    Researcher Traffic Management Systems Ghent University

    Sidharta Gautama

    Innovation Manager Ghent University

    Peter Mechant

    Researcher Ghent University
  • Bart Monten

    Bart Monten

    Financial Manager TMaaS City of Ghent

    Tim Claeys

    Traffic Manager City of Ghent

    Evelien Marlier

    Researcher European Passengers Federation
  • Suzanne Hendrikse

    TMaaS Communications Manager De Staatse Ruiter
  • Delphine Grandsart

    Delphine Grandsart

    Senior Researcher European Passengers Federation
  • Casper VAN GHELUWE

    Casper Van Gheluwe

    Researcher and Developer Ghent University
  • Sandra Lima

    Sandra Lima

    Researcher European Passengers Federation
  • Stephanie

    Stephanie Leonard

    Business Developer TomTom

    David Chambaere

    Data integration at Waylay Waylay
  • Angel

    Angel Javier Lopez Aguirre

    Researcher Ghent University
  • David Geerts

    David Geerts

    Senior Researcher at Mintlab KU Leuven
  • Sophie Gillaerts

    General Project Manager City of Ghent
  • Kris Helincks

    Programme Manager TMaaS Replicator Cities City of Ghent


TMaaS is an unique partnership between the public and private sector. Our aim is to create data driven mobility management tools for traffic operators and citizens.
We are proud to present LINK, our latest mobility dashboard for the City of Ghent and other cities to follow.


In recent years an increasing number of cities have considered ways to enhance their citizens’ mobility and their quality of life, while simultaneously striving to reduce the number of accidents, the amount of traffic jams and pollution. Because of a lack of resources, in terms of personnel, budget or infrastructure, small and medium-sized cities have not yet been able to participate in this type of urban mobility management. Nevertheless, they also feel the need to better serve their citizens’ mobility needs in the digital age. Even if the city can invest time, money and effort in traffic management, they find that the existing solutions are predominantly focused on motorized traffic. These technologies are therefore not entirely suitable to stimulate the use of public transport or other sustainable alternatives.

Go to Link.Gent to view our latest mobility management dashboard for the City of Ghent

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.