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Knooppunt Eijsden

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The development of mobility has a direct and indirect influence on the build environment and vice versa. The formation of urban agglomeration and multi city center urban structures are both cause and result of the rail and road network. Railway station areas are important spacial and economic nodes within these dynamic structures. The mobility landscape is continuously in change. In recent decennia the traditional role of a public transport node is slowly but steadily changing to the role of a general mobility node. As consequence of this transition, its relationship to the urban environment needs to be redefined.

In commission of the college van rijksadviseurs and in collaboration with the province of Limburg and the municipality of Eijsden-Margraten we have researched by the means of design research the possibilities of a train station in an urban periphery in the boarder area of the province of Zuid-Limburg. Here two scenario's have been put forth in which the consequences of preservation en closure of the station by the year of 2040 have been researched and questioned. This research was conducted in context of a regional urban analysis on the impact of cross-boarder mobility, by the means of a tri-country train connection, which will bind Li├Ęge (L), Maastricht (NL) and Aachen (D) in the future.

TITLE: Knooppunt Eijsden
PROGRAM: Mobility - infrastructure - spatial planning
CLIENT: College van Rijksadviseurs - Provincie Limburg - Gemeente Eijsden-Margraten - Ministerie van Infrastructuur en Waterstaat
YEAR: 2019
STATUS: Research

In collaboration with: College van Rijksadviseurs, Provincie Limburg, Gemeente Eijsden-Margraten, Ministerie van Infrastructuur en Rijkswaterstaat

Knooppunt Eijsden

Urban research
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