In the port area

Every day, 60,000 employees commute to the port. The city and region are constantly working on improving the roads, junctions and bicycle infrastructure to assure traffic can remain free of congestion, now and in the future. Do you work in the port? Besides commuting to and from work by car, you can also use your bike, the water bus and collective and public transport as an alternative.
Cycling to the port
You can also get to the port by bike. It has plenty of benefits. You don’t lose time because of congestion, it is good for your health and you save on fuel and car costs.
Bicycle bus in the port
Employees from the port of Antwerp can take the bicycle bus free of charge to drive through both the Tijsmans and Liefkenshoek Tunnels. The bus has stops on both banks of the Kanaaldok and the Scheldt and ensures swift crossings from the left to the right bank.
Collective and public transport in the port
Do you work in the port? Then you can use collective and public transport to get to and from work.
Water mobility
After London, New York and Rotterdam, water buses have now been introduced in Antwerp. Since 1 July, the waterbus has been taking passengers from Steenplein square to Kruibeke and Hemiksem. Inhabitants of the city can also make use of the new ferry service across the river Scheldt to commute between Linkeroever and the city centre.