The Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis (KiM) provides knowledge inputs for the preparation of mobility policy at the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management. We carry out our own research and collect the results of studies conducted elsewhere. We ensure that the ministry is able to develop policy with a sound knowledge base. We do this by analysing and explaining developments, doing exploratory studies, drawing up scenarios and analysing the effects of policy instruments.
Analysing energy efficiency, costs and land use for carbon neutral driving, sailing and flying
09-09-2022 | 12:06
A wind farm the size of the province of Utrecht would be needed to provide carbon neutral electricity for all current road vehicles in the Netherlands if these were to be battery-electric vehicles. Energy carriers such as hydrogen ...
Difference in car-dependency between urban and non-urban areas is growing in the Netherlands
22-02-2022 | 09:03
Outside the larger cities in the Netherlands, the number of car-dependent people is growing, as the travel distance to employment, social network and facilities is increasing, while at the same time public transport becomes less attractive ...
Video presentation Mobility Report 2021
04-04-2022 | 09:49
In the Mobility Report 2021, the KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis details the developments in mobility during the coronavirus year 2020, as well as providing ...
Looking back at the 4th MPN Symposium
28-09-2020 | 15:00
On Thursday September 24th, we organized the 4th edition of the MPN symposium, this time online. We look back on an interesting afternoon with ...
KiM publishes Key Transport Figures 2018, including Outlook 2018-2023
14-01-2019 | 10:07
The KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis annually publishes the latest figures for the Dutch transport sector. This year a condensed publication, titled Key Transport Figures 2018, supplements and briefly explains the most important series of figures contained in ...
Stormy seas ahead?
07-09-2018 | 00:00
The KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis conducted research into the potential impact of Brexit on the Dutch maritime sector.