Transferium Maasvlakte

Construction of the Transferium Maasvlakte makes the Maasvlakte increasingly more accessible. This public transfer hub that merges various transport streams, such as bus, ferry and bicycle and bicycle sharing, is enabling the Maasvlakte to become increasingly accessible and is reducing congestion on the A15. The Transferium fits within the Port Authority’s accessibility and sustainability ambitions.

This public transfer hub that merges various transport streams, such as bus, ferry and bicycle and bicycle sharing, is enabling the Maasvlakte to become increasingly accessible and is reducing congestion on the A15. The Transferium fits within the Port Authority’s accessibility and sustainability ambitions.

Approximately 7,000 people work at some 50 companies in the western section of the port. Over the coming three years, at least 1,500 new employees will be added to this, as a consequence of the construction of a new distribution centre and the expansion of existing industrial activity.

Stops and services for both company buses and the future public buses have been created on the Transferium. It is a transfer location for collective company transport that forms part of the regional public transport system, the Hoekse Lijn and the Fast Ferry.

The Vipre Maasvlakte Office Shuttle will carry employees from various locations in the wider surrounding area to the Transferium. At the end of 2018 the public transport bus from Spijkenisse via Brielle will also stop there. From that point, the Transferium will also be accessible using standard public transport.

The Fast Ferry currently only runs in line with the day shift. (7.00 am and 2.00 pm.) These times connect with the ECT company transport. After the opening of the Transferium, an investigation will take place together with companies as to whether there are sufficient users to run the Fast Ferry for the late shift too.

Nature in the port
The Krabbeterrein is close to the Transferium, an environmental stepping stone that connects various nature areas. Migratory and breeding birds can be found there and a number of deer have chosen the area as their permanent home. Various wild orchids grow there and the area is being managed in a bee-friendly way.

The Transferium Maasvlakte was realised in cooperation between the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, Rotterdam-The Hague Metropolis Region, the Port of Rotterdam Authority and the Traffic Management Company.

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