Online influencing of travel behaviour
Apps influence people's travel behaviour in 3 ways: ease of use, persuasion and dysfunctionality. The Netherlands Institute for ...
KiM programme 2023
The KiM programme presents an overview of our projects for 2023. The Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis (KiM) ...
Expected effects of pay-per-use
A charge on car use is expected to lead to less car journeys, on total a lower travelled car distance and less congestion. This ...
Urban distribution with cargo bikes and other LEFVs
Electric cargo bikes and other light electric freight vehicles (LEFVs) are becoming increasingly common on Dutch roads. It is ...
Effects of lowering public transport fares
Lowering public transport fares is not an effective measure for encouraging people to switch from car to public transport. This ...
Summary Key Mobility Figures 2022
In the publication 'Key Mobility Figures 2022', KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis presents developments in ...
Purchase and use of the electric bicycle
More and more Dutch people are buying an e-bike to travel to and from work with it. KiM researchers expect this trend to continue ...
Digital Inequalities and The Digital Divide: How digital inequality manifests in public transport and how people cope
This video was recorded by Anne Durand for a workshop that took place during the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual ...
MPN declaration 2022
Has COVID led to a structural change in travel behaviour?
In 2020, measures were taken for the first time in the Netherlands to combat the spread of the coronavirus. The fear of infection ...