Basic accessibility

The CDA's mobility plan invests in an accessible and sustainable Netherlands

According to the CDA, antisocial behavior in traffic and against public transport staff should be punished more severely. The CDA has presented its election manifesto. Ralph Diederen, chairman of the program committee, presented the program to acting party chairman Mark Buck and party leader Henri Bontenbal. Mobility is high on the agenda of the CDA and the programme

Challenges on the road to sustainable mobility in the workplace

Only 16% of employers have collective labor agreements on sustainable mobility. The recently published research by the Directorate General of Mobility (DGMo) offers a nuanced picture of how Dutch employers with more than 100 employees promote sustainable travel behavior among their employees. This in-depth study ran from May to June and approached companies via both