The accessibility and liveability of the Schiphol area is threatened. The number of business parks and residential neighbourhoods is growing, and so is the number of commuters. An accessible and liveable area is crucial for companies, their employees and residents in the region, which is why we need smarter, more flexible and more sustainable mobility.
Royal Schiphol Group, the Municipality of Haarlemmermeer, the Province of North Holland, SADC, the Amsterdam Transport Authority and the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment have joined forces in the Greater Schiphol accessible programme. Together, we are working on improved infrastructure, sustainable mobility and campaigns aimed at behavioural change to encourage people to work from home, cycle or use public transport. This will ensure that the Schiphol area remains an attractive area to live and work in.
We are part of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area’s Samen Bouwen aan Bereikbaarheid initiative.
Curious about our working method? See the step-by-step explanation below.
How do I motivate my employees to travel differently?
How do I set up hybrid working?
How can I electrify my fleet?
Do you have your own ideas for effective action?
We would like to get in touch with you. Support and co-financing (to a maximum of 50%) from Groot Schiphol Bereikbaar are possible if at least two employers are involved.