- Senior researcher
- Telephone number
- +31 6 15 82 29 21
- Email address
Johan Visser is a senior researcher and is responsible for policy evaluation (ex ante and ex post) and freight transport policy. Johan has worked as a researcher at TU Delft and as a policy officer at the Spatial Economic Policy section of division of the former Ministry of Economic Affairs.
Towards sustainable sea and inland waterway shipping by 2050 (English summary)
Operational measures and the application of existing technologies can drastically reduce the CO2, SO2, NOx and PM10 emitted by ...
International comparison of taxi regulations (English)
In 2014, research was conducted to evaluate the changes made in 2011 to the taxi regulations contained in the national Passenger ...
Accessibility and competitiveness (English summary)
Improvements in accessibility can contribute to the competitiveness of a region or country, because improvements in travel times ...
Steps towards regional agendas (English summary)
In a regional agenda the strategic objectives are the pivotal link between ambitions and measures/projects. In an adaptive ...
Directing transport hubs (English summary)
The national government decided to assume a role in transport hubs, arguing that it is in the national interest to so. But what ...
Multimodal hinterland hubs in the Netherlands. A study of container transhipment terminals in the hinterland of Dutch sea ports (English summary)
Various regions in the Netherlands (referred to as 'white spots') are situated at too great a distance from existing container ...
Evaluation of memorandum Sea Ports: anchors of the economy (English summary)
The policy actions issuing from the memorandum Sea Ports: anchors of the economy were carried out as agreed In principle the ...
Indicators for landside accessibility of mainports (English summary)
The KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis has developed an indicator for measuring the quality of accessibility ...
Quality test of Quick scan social welfare effects: Redesign Brienenoord and Algera Corridor (HBAC) (Dutch)
At the request of the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment’s Roads and Traffic Safety department of the ...