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
At the building site on Arnold Schönberglaan, we are currently preparing for an impressive engineering project: the construction of Brittenpassage, which will create an extra underpass below the railway lines and serve as an additional entrance to Amsterdam Zuid Station.
In five locations in Zuidas, dynamic bicycle parking signs will be constructed along the cycle path, the first of which will be installed on 29 October. These digital signs will direct cyclists to bicycle parking garages and inform them of the number of spaces available. The signs will be a first for the city.
We are planning to install the underground infrastructure needed to provide the future European Medicines Agency offices and the Van der Valk hotel with water, heat and power. This work is scheduled to commence in the second half of November. It will be completed at the beginning of May 2019.
At the end of October and throughout November, roadworks will be conducted at night on and alongside the southern stretch of the A10 orbital motorway (A10 Zuid). As a result, some lanes, connecting roads and slip roads may be closed between 23:00 and 05:00. In such cases, traffic will be diverted. The work will begin on Tuesday 30 October.
We’ve talked about this before. Thousands of trees lining the southern section of the A10 orbital motorway and at the De Nieuwe Meer and Amstel junctions will have to be removed to make way for the Zuidasdok project. The affected areas contain a total of around 14,400 trees. We will start tree-felling work from November onwards.
If you switch to solar panels or a heat pump at home, you are rewarded with a lower energy bill – but what about Zuidas offices? Who is paying and who benefits? Welcome to the weird world of commercial property sustainability.
One in four people suffer from mental health issues. And stress often leads to absenteeism at work. ‘Go Cycling’, a campaign spreading awareness that cycling contributes to reducing absenteeism, started on 8 October 2018.
What to do with the public space in three side-streets of the George Gershwinlaan? The residents have been talking about this via an app since April 2018. On 22 September 2018 they gathered in the street and met with the Zuidas designers.