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Kick-off of collaboration for sustainable access and accessibility for Hasselt and Diepenbeek campuses

This year, Hasselt University, PXL University of Applied Sciences and Arts and UCLL together account for more than 22,000 students. With the launch of a collaboration between these educational institutions, the city of Hasselt, the municipality of Diepenbeek and POM Limburg, Flemish Minister of Mobility and Public Works Lydia Peeters wants to ensure that students can travel in a sustainable way. All the partners signed a collaboration agreement on Monday 18 September. This kicks off the path towards sustainable access to the campuses and an accelerated modal shift in the wider region. "Limburg is currently still the most car-dependent region. Through the collaboration, we want to strengthen the commitment of all the partners to achieving a sustainable and efficient transport policy around the campuses, as well as in the wider region," says Flemish Minister Peeters.
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