December 19, 2017

Results 2017 BCUS Civil Society Fellowship

Results 2017 BCUS Civil Society Fellowship

The results for the 2017 BCUS Civil Society Fellowship were presented today at Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Together with the MFYS and MOBI research teams, Guillaume Servonnat (Espaces-Mobilités) analysed how road congestion changed after the closure of the Reyers overpass based on floating car data.

Dr. Imre Keserü, team leader for MOBI’s Urban Mobility research team, provided an introduction for the study with his presentation Demolishing for better mobility? Converting transport infrastructure for better liveability. You can download his presentation here.

The presentation by Guillaume ServonnatThe theory of chaos. Results of the analysis of floating car data on the impact of the closure of the Reyers Overpass, can be downloaded here.