Last year, Namur launched a tender to install a multimodal software platform.
This should be the first in Wallonia so the expectations and the visibility are quite high.
Macq and Engie decided to join forces and this appears to be a good plan because the new project was handed over to ourselves in the end.
The overall idea is to make the City of Namur a better place to live by dramatically changing the way of how mobility is organised. Reducing the traffic in the center is a crucial aspect.
Increasing the efficiency of the traffic on the main axes and decreasing the travel time are key issues.
Al the decisions pushed by the multimodal platform are made by using all the available data provided by all kind of different data sources (ANPR cameras, counting units, parking information, public traffic inputs, information with respect to the bicycles).
You are now probably asking yourself the question: “What is the name of this multimodal platform?”
Well, let me introduce you to the M3 platform. For more information on this platform, please do not hesitate to contact us.