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Less traffic time = more leisure time

peilermobilityFor the foreseeable future, cars and Zuidas do not make a happy match, what with Zuidas getting busier all the time and parking being at a premium. In the next few years the A10 motorway will be expanded and partially rerouted underground, intersections will be overhauled and public space redesigned. All of which means that if there's no pressing need to take your car into Zuidas - you're advised not to! After all, time is precious. So what are the alternatives? In this issue we explore a transfer from car to public transport.

PICK A PARK AND RIDE

Once in Zuidas, there is a variety of ways to continue your journey. If you decide to take a bike, you can choose from OV-fiets, Hello Bike or URBEE. There's also public transport , including trains, trams, the metro and buses. Or you can decide on taxi or carshare, with options in Zuidas including the Audi Shared Fleet and Car2Go.

CHOOSING YOUR BEST OPTION MADE EASY

At the moment Zuidas is also piloting the Zuidas Pass, which is designed to make sure that travellers reach their destination in comfort and without any delays. The pass provides access to the full gamut of transport options.

MORE INFORMATION

For more information about Park + Ride locations, see the Q-Park website: http://www.q-park.nl/p-r and the Dutch railways website: http://www.ns.nl/deur-tot-deur/ consumenten/q-park-p-r.html.

For more information about the Zuidas Pass, e-mail Katja Amelink at: k.amelink@amsterdam.nl