Data-driven mobility management platforms for cities worldwide

 

About LINK.Gent

In April 2020, TMaaS launched their first online mobility management platform 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. TMaaS is currently developing other traffic management solutions for Antwerp, Southwark and Duran.

How LINK works

How to create a new account on LINK.Gent

This video explains how users can create an account for the first time when they visit LINK.Gent

Analyzing traffic in your neighbourhood

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

Low emission zone in Ghent: find it on LINK.Gent

An easy to understand interface shows you where the low emission zone is located in Ghent.

Check realtime train departures from the railway stations in Ghent

On LINK.Gent, you can look up realtime train departure information. This video explains how you can quickly check if your commuter train leaving from Ghent St Pieters station to Kortrijk is on time and from what platform it will be departing.

Real-time location of P&R shuttle

Know exactly what route the P&R shuttle bus takes from the Watersportbaan in Ghent to the city center.

Change screen modus from Light to Dark

On LINK.Gent, you can alternate between the light and the dark screen modus. This video shows you how to do this.

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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.