The municipality of Groningen, the Hanze University of Applied Sciences and the University of Groningen gave a symbolic launch this afternoon to the construction works of the Zernikelaan on Zernike Campus. They invest heavily in the quality of public space and traffic safety, that gives the atmosphere and appearance of the Zernike Campus a boost. Oosterhof Holman is the contractor that will tackle the job in the next three years.
The construction works at the entrance to Zernike Campus are in full swing already. The bike lanes have been renewed and during the summer the car lanes will be taken care of. The exits Zernike Campus of the Ring Road will be widened, to ensure a good flow of traffic. The area underneath the ring road will be renewed and made more clear for cars and bikes.
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