All of the trees along the southern section of the A10 orbital motorway, between the Amstel and De Nieuwe Meer junctions, will be cleared. This will make room for work to widen the motorway and run part of it through an underground tunnel. We will also clear the trees at the Amstel and De Nieuwe Meer junctions. These junctions will then be refurbished. Zuidasdok is scheduled for completion in 2028. The work will be carried out by the ZuidPlus construction consortium.
We will start work on 19 February, near the offices of EY (formerly Ernst & Young). We will clear the trees between the A10 orbital motorway and the railway line, to make room for the construction of a bicycle and pedestrian tunnel. This will connect Spoorslag (the path north of the Goed Genoeg sports park) with the Beatrixpark.
A week later, starting on 26 February, we will start felling trees on the north side of Arnold Schönberglaan. Here we will be setting up a building site for construction work on a new passage, the Brittenpassage. The Brittenpassage is the additional passage for the renewed Amsterdam Zuid station. Seven trees along Eduard van Beinumstraat will be cleared, to make room for the demolition of the multi-storey car park. That structure has to go, to make room for Zuidasdok’s northern tunnel. The clearance of these trees and the demolition of the multi-storey car park will not be carried out by ZuidPlus. Instead, this work will be carried out by the J.P. van Eesteren construction company, which is also involved in the renovation of 2Amsterdam.