Completely future-proof, the new Afsluitdijk is there to stay. As well as increasing in height, the new top-layer, especially designed using concrete blocks ensures more stability. At times the dike has to close, so up to date online information is vital.
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As a source of information, things don’t just stop here. There is so much more to tell with numerous projects concerning energy, nature, economics and water management. There is ample space on the site – newsluitdijk.nl – to include all of these projects and in detail.
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Regarding accessibility, the information pages also have reading buttons, so that the text on the page can be read out loud. The website also contains a section where documents can be found with a clear news archive.