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The"cut" in Amsterdam

Why dit the City 'cut' in Weesperstraat for six weeks? Dive into the plan, background and monitoring.


In Januari 2020 the city council adopted the Amsterdam Low-Traffic (autoluw) Agenda. Hence the Pilot cut Weesperstraat was realised. Aim of the Agenda Low-traffic Amsterdam is a liveable and accessible city, in which more space is created for pedestrians, cyclists, public transport, greenery, facilities and accommodation in the city.

This collection is a collection of policy and preliminary research on low-traffic traffic in Amsterdam and more specific research on the experiment 'the cut' in Amsterdam. The aim of this pilot is to map out the traffic-related effects of such an intervention. You will also find sources for critical notes on the pilot here.

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Image credits

Header image: Edwin van Eis | fotobank.amsterdam | Bloempotten - Weesperstraat

Icon image: 37906-180530-weesperstraat-mensen-massa_AN-1841.jpg

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