Rijkswaterstaat is always developing and innovating. An overview of some of the current mobility projects that are being carried out by or on behalf of Rijkswaterstaat is listed below.
Vital Nodes is designed to enable efficient, sustainable freight delivery across the urban nodes of by bringing together existing European, national and regional networks.
CHARM is the programme that will help Rijkswaterstaat to continue to shape traffic management. It is a smart ICT platform which will be used in the traffic centers and by on duty road inspectors.
InterCor (Interoperable Corridors) aims to link and jointly implement the C-ITS corridor initiatives of France, Belgium, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands.
The initiative Networking for Urban Vitality (NUVit) brings together European case studies and practical experience from integrated infrastructure and spatial development.
Virtual Constructions for Roads (V-Con) was a European project co-funded by the 7th framework program of the European Commission, which has been started in October 2012 and ended at April 1st 2017.
The Safety of Transport Infrastructure on the TEN-T Network project (SAFE-10-T) aims to create a safety framework to ensure high safety performance, while allowing longer lifecycles for critical infrastructure.
The goal of the AM4INFRA project is to create a well-integrated, optimally functioning transport infrastructure network in Europe.
The aim of the project Coordination of Automated Road Transport Deployment for Europe (CARTRE) is to harmonise automated road transport systems and services at EU level and to coordinate their use.
The aim of Infravation (an abbreviation of Infrastructure Innovation) is to accelerate the application of promising innovations in the construction and maintenance of roads and bridges.
The Corridor Management Europe project works towards a higher predictability of inland navigation and the transport sector hence optimising waterway transport.
The SOCRATES2.0 initiative aims for an advancement in the provision of traffic information and navigation services in Amsterdam, Munich, Antwerp and Copenhagen.
The Connected Corridor for Driving Automation project contributes to the innovation of hybrid infrastructure and self-driving cars.