Mid-August, the electric bollard will be re-installed in the main route, right after passing Pension Homeland. From that moment on, Kade West is only accessible by car to permit holders. All other cars must park elsewhere. Permission is only granted to suppliers for the delivery or collection of goods and to people with reduced mobility.
Marineterrein parking policy
The Marineterrein parking policy was, is and remains as follows: there is a limited number of permits for the community. These permits are distributed in the community by contract. There is no parking space for community guests and others: they must park elsewhere. For the last couple of months however, this policy could not be enforced due to works on the Living Lab and the absence of the electric bollard.
Enforcement policy is resumed
From mid-August, the enforcement of the Marineterrein parking policy will be applied. From that moment, our student porters will have the instruction not to let anyone through without a permit or permission. Note: anyone with permission to load or unload, is risking a high fine if he or she is not leaving after the job is done.
Anyone who comes by car but does not have a permit must therefore park elsewhere; in one of the parking garages in the area or via valet parking. A cheap and fast solution is to use P + R Zeeburg. From there, just hop on tram 26, which will take you to the Kattenburgerstraat in no time. It costs just €1 (arriving after 10.00 AM) to a maximum of €8 per 24 hours.
In the process of making the Marineterrein a car-free area, several steps are taken. E.G. in August, a pilot will start with Foodlogica to distribute orders from supermarkets. On top of that, a test with autonomous transport is expected to take place at the Marineterrein this autumn.