Transport and Active Mobility (AM) in port areas is currently a crucial point that city administration must tackle with Port Authorities. Due to increasing global merchandise and urbanisation, port areas and residential areas are getting closer, narrowing the division between the two. As a result, we already have sub-residential port areas. Planning transport in port areas is complex. There are several reasons why it has to be done to emphasise Active Mobility. We must reduce the number of individual motorised vehicles delaying the transport of goods. The current understanding is that Active Mobility (e.g. walking and cycling) should not happen in port areas due to conflicts with heavy vehicles. This case study intends to contribute and activate AM as a success factor for port areas.