that parking spaces turn into cozy terraces on Sundays when the weather is good.
By digitising streets and neighbourhoods, the space in the city can be used and divided up more intelligently. During the week, a street can fulfil different functions. For example, during the workweek there is space for loading and unloading, during the weekends there is space for recreation.
Paving the way for the smart city of tomorrow, together.
The liveability of our city is under pressure
Growing urbanisation, increasing hustle and bustle and declining accessibility of the city are putting pressure on the quality of life in cities. How do these cities and its residents deal with the design of the limited available space?
The infrastructure of tomorrow
Innovations in the field of mobility offer great opportunities for the city and its residents. Mobility as a Service (MaaS), electric vehicles and autonomous transport are the new reality. What do these new forms of mobility mean for life in the city of the future?
Smart and flexible infrastructure
New mobility requires a new smart infrastructure. In these systems, both the digital and the physical are integrated with each other. What opportunities does smart infrastructure (physical and digital) offer for the city and its inhabitants?
that you can organise an environmental zone dynamically and flexibly.
On January 1, 2025, 30-40 municipalities in the Netherlands will introduce an environmental zone. Why can't it be a digital zone where access is determined depending on the location, the time of day and the type of vehicle? This allows a municipality to stimulate much more targeted behavior and experiment with new policy.
Coding The Curbs has a co-creative approach consisting of three phases. In each phase, stakeholders are actively involved in the process - such as citizens, businesses and governments.
that you can decide for yourself where you get on the tram or where the bus stops.
By digitizing streets and neighborhoods, the space in the city becomes dynamic. Insights from data ensure that the city is tailored to the needs of its residents. In this way, a digital connection with public transport can make the stops dynamic.
Opportunity scan Rotterdam
The Rotterdam of the future is compact, healthy and inclusive...
The City of Amersfoort
In the municipality of Amersfoort we the "City of the future" project...
Who owns the air?
Looking back to the start and motivation of Coding the Curbs...
For the residents of the city
In the city of the future, the resident comes first. That is why Coding The Curbs focuses on them. They are the most important stakeholders in designing the streets, mobility and the digital layer. In collaboration with policymakers, governments and companies, we look for human solutions.
Sustainable Development Goals
In our work, we strive to be as inclusive as possible. Our solutions are aimed at every citizen and contribute to the following SDG's:
9 - Industry, innovation and infrastructure
10 - Reduced inequalities
11 - Sustainable cities and communities
Coding the Curbs is an initiative of Fronteer and The Future Mobility Network.