The Multimodal Hub of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is one of the largest public transport hubs in Europe and The Netherlands. Under normal (pre-COVID 19) circumstances the Schiphol public transport hub sees an average of 109,000 travellers per day. Every hour, 140 public transport buses passing through the centre of Schiphol. These and other modalities all arrive, depart and transfer in and around Schiphol Plaza.
In the near feature an increasing number of people (up to 120,000) travelling through the Schiphol public transport hub is expected. In line with these numbers the current Multimodal Hub Schiphol (MHS) will be redesigned in order to create sufficient capacity to handle this increase.
INCONTROL was requested by Schiphol to take a seat in the project organisation as the passenger flow specialist. Over the course of 14 months, our team of experienced simulation engineers will assist Schiphol and the other project team members by simulating the complete new infrastructure of the new Multimodal Hub Schiphol. This will contribute to the vision of Royal Schiphol Group to create the world’s most sustainable, and high quality airport.
Pedestrian Dynamics®, INCONTROL’s crowd simulation modelling software, is globally implemented to analyse passengers flows on airports and other public transport hubs.