The Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis (KiM) provides knowledge inputs for the preparation of mobility policy at the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment. 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.
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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.
06-04-2018 | 09:00
The use of bicycles and e-bikes is growing; however, large spatial and social differences can be...
Impacts of the digitalisation of transport services on mobility
08-05-2019 | 11:06
Anne Durand, researcher at KiM , has started since the beginning of April a part-time PhD research at TU Delft on the theme of ...
New data Mobility Panel Netherlands (MPN) available
31-01-2019 | 15:24
New MPN-data are available for scientific as well as policy analyses. It concerns the data obtained in 2015 and 2016 (wave 3 and ...
Mobility-as-a-Service and changes in travel preferences and travel behaviour
17-09-2018 | 00:00
Are people willing to accept MaaS as a new transport service (on a daily basis)? The KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport ...