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
The City of Amsterdam is releasing funding to enable a new branch of the Amsterdam Public Library (Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam, OBA) to open in Zuidas. Referred to as ‘OBA NEXT’, it is expected to be based in the Knowledge Quarter, close to Amsterdam Zuid station.
From 1 July until January 2020, we will be carrying out roadworks on Strawinskypad, between Vijfhoek and Parnassusweg. We will be laying red asphalt, there will be new zebra crossings next to the park and we will be preparing to plant extra trees.
Followers of Zuidasdok news may have been shocked by some disturbing headlines over the last week. ‘Zuidasdok contractors threaten to abandon project’. And ‘Zuidasdok conflict reaches boiling point’. So what exactly is happening?
For the fourth weekend in a row, work is being done on the refurbishment of Amsterdam Zuid station. From 22.00 on Friday evening, there will be no traffic possible from the Badhoevedorp junction in the direction of Amsterdam.
For the third consecutive weekend, we have been working on the first roof section for the Brittenpassage, the extra passageway underneath Amsterdam Zuid station. We were also working at other locations. It was not possible to complete all of the work on time.
Would you like to see for yourself how Zuidas construction work is progressing? If so, you simply cannot miss the Day of Construction (Dag van de Bouw) on Saturday, 15 June 2019. Together with the contractors, we are creating a programme that will delight lovers of construction of all ages.
During Whit weekend (8-10 June 2019), we will be putting the first part of the roof of the new Brittenpassage into position. But this mammoth task will be affecting travellers from as early as Friday, 10 May 2019. So what is all the work that needs to be done?
It seems quite contradictory: sacrificing green areas of the city in order to develop Zuidas and build Zuidasdok, while at the same time nurturing green ambitions and calling on residents to come up with their ideas. So what do our landscape architect and project manager think about this?