The city of ‘s-Hertogenbosch is located in the Southern of the Netherlands with a population of approximately 153,000 inhabitants, size 11.807 ha. It is the capital of the province of North Brabant.
The mediaeval city centre is a touristic hotspot for shopping, dining and leisure. The district near the Central Station is in development as a modern extension of the old city with high-rise buildings and a more urban feel.
The traffic and transport network in ‘s-Hertogenbosch consists of five components: a high-quality bicycle network, public transport (railway stations and bus lines), an optimized road network, parking facilities in the inner city as well as at park & rides, and room for cyclists and pedestrians.
In 2011, ‘s-Hertogenbosch was proclaimed Cycling City of the Netherlands.