Explore Rijkswaterstaat’s international projects from A to Z. Our alliances with global partners demonstrate our steadfast commitment to developing and improving infrastructure for a safer, more connected world.
28 projects found.
The project All4Biodiversity studies mowing management forms by assessing which measures can capitalise on the effects of climate change.
The ResiRiver project seeks to advance the adoption of Nature-based Solutions in the Netherlands and across North-West Europe river systems for climate resilience.
BEPROACT seeks to revolutionise critical infrastructure. This approach will equip organisations with the means to assess the status of infrastructural asset.
DATEX II is a way of distributing traffic information and traffic-management information that does not depend on language or presentation format.
With the build of a new mooring facility for barge vessels at Spijk (near Lobith), we try to improve the navigability on the Waal river. Read more here.
Arnhem’s roads are witnessing increasing volumes of traffic. Rijkswaterstaat, with the Province of Gelderland, is taking action against congestion.
7 European cities pilot solutions to be more circular. Read more about de CityLoops project on this page.
The EMfloodresilience project is helping the region to be better prepared for extreme flooding. The project is funded by the European Interreg programme.
Peak river flows create dangerous situations for ships entering and leaving the Juliana Canal. Rijkswaterstaat is therefore expanding the entrance.
The Terneuzen Lock projects aims to create a more efficient nautical artery between the Western Scheldt and the Ghent-Terneuzen Canal.