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KiM publishes Key Transport Figures 2018, including Outlook 2018-2023
The KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis annually publishes the latest figures for the Dutch transport sector. ...
Mobility-as-a-Service and changes in travel preferences and travel behaviour
Are people willing to accept MaaS as a new transport service (on a daily basis)? The KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport ...
Stormy seas ahead? Potential impact of Brexit on the Dutch maritime sector
The KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis conducted research into the potential impact of Brexit on the Dutch ...
Looking back on a well-attended third Netherlands Mobility symposium
On April 10th, 2018 KiM organised the third Netherlands Mobility symposium. Over 80 guests from the Netherlands and abroad ...
The use of bicycles and e-bikes is growing; however, large spatial and social differences can be observed in the trends. This is ...
Netherlands Mobility Panel Symposium on April 10, 2018
After two successful Netherlands Mobility Panel Symposia, the Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis (KiM) is ...
Drones in passenger and freight transport
In future drones can be deployed in certain passenger and freight transport markets in the Netherlands. Speed is a key advantage ...
Exploratory study of alternative trip data collection methods
The use of smartphone technology is the most promising alternative for collecting data for large-scale national travel surveys, ...
Mobility Report 2017
In 2016, approximately 60 percent of the total number of passenger kilometres in the Netherlands were travelled by car. This ...
Paths to a self-driving future
A future in which self-driving cars define the traffic landscape: what will this look like and when could we expect this future ...