WelcomeHere, you can find everything you need to know about developments in the Zuidas area and the construction of Zuidasdok. The Municipality of Amsterdam is doing everything it can to create a beautiful city district and Zuidasdok is working towards optimal accessibility of Zuidas and the northern section of the Randstad. Together we are Amsterdam Zuidas. Read more
During five weekends in May and June 2019, Zuidasdok will be carrying out works on the A10 Zuid and the railway at Amsterdam Zuid and RAI stations. If you plan to drive or make use of public transport during these weekends, you will need to be prepared for longer travel times, road closures and diversions.
Good progress is being made on the new green landscaping in Prinses Irenestraat. Work on the introduction of the ‘water-retardant green strip’ is in full swing. New street paving will be laid starting on Saturday, 6 April, followed by some final work.
Are you a business owner looking for commercial space in Zuidas? If so, be sure to take a look at the most recent map of available premises and contact our ‘plinth manager’ Janneke den Ouden.
Next to Europaplein and opposite RAI Amsterdam, an attractive new square will be constructed featuring greenery, art and/or a play area in exchange for run-down parking spaces. So what should it look like? The choice is yours! Come along and have your say between 3 and 6 April in the tent situated on the site.
For the first time, you are about to experience large-scale inconvenience as a result of the Zuidasdok project. During five weekends in May and June, it will not be possible to travel through Zuidas by train or by car. There will also be disruption in the period before and after that. To find out all about it, simply sign up for the information meeting on 26 March 2019.
The arrangements for the large ‘sunken areas’ (referred to as ‘bakken’ in Dutch) in Benjamin Brittenstraat, Peter Schatstraat and Leonard Bernsteinstraat are taking slightly longer than we would like. The final layout is being decided in partnership with residents.
In the upcoming period, Arnold Schönberglaan, next to Mahlerplein, will be the place where we all come together as brothers and sisters of the world (and, of course, everyone in-between). Photographer Jeroen Swolfs has taken photos of all of the world’s capital cities. Make sure you take a look!
Starting on 3 March 2019, metro/tram 51, also known as the Amstelveen line, will no longer run between Amsterdam Zuid station and Amstelveen Westwijk. Until the end of 2020, the City of Amsterdam’s Metro and Tram will be working to update the tracks, switches, overhead lines and technical systems.