• Serious game ‘bridge control’ in South Holland

    Have you ever wondered about all the things bridge operators need to keep an eye on to make sure they can safely open and close a bridge? Or what if feels like to operate an 85-metre-long inland waterway vessel?

    If you have, join us for the serious game ‘Bridge control in South Holland’. This province decided to have its bridges centrally controlled. This makes it possible to track a vessel’s course and synchronize the operation of the bridges, which is good for traffic flow and substantially reduces CO2 emissions. The bridge control stations, including the one in Alphen aan den Rijn, play a key role in all this. By playing the serious game, you can see for yourself what it is like to be a bridge operator or inland navigator.