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Report: KiM lifts the veil on…

It is not easy to determine what, for example, a road user or train passenger must pay to cover infrastructure costs and the costs of negative effects. The Knowledge Institute for…

The rise of the e-bike: a new trend in…

The rise of the e-bike: a new trend in…

The growth in popularity of the e-bike also brings new challenges. The Dutch remain avid cyclists, with more than 28% of all trips in the country made per…

Look at 'Restricted access' research

Look at 'Restricted access' research

The boundary between acceptable accessibility problems and unwanted accessibility poverty is unclear due to the lack of concrete accessibility objectives. People experience various problems in reaching work and facilities or in reaching family and…

The development of mobility and accessibility in the Netherlands

The development of mobility and accessibility in the Netherlands

KiM has mapped out the expected development (2018-2040) of the mobility and accessibility of residents of 4 different types of areas. In the experience of a large part of…

KiM is investigating passenger numbers in urban public transport projects

KiM is investigating passenger numbers in urban public transport projects

Of the 4 projects examined by KiM, RandstadRail Rotterdam attracts more travelers than predicted and RandstadRail Haaglanden slightly fewer. 4 major urban public transport projects no longer have systematic or…

Mobility apps don't just offer travel assistance

Mobility apps don't just offer travel assistance

Using a checklist, KiM researchers analyzed the use of seduction techniques in 32 mobility apps. Various mobility apps not only offer travel assistance, but are also equipped with seduction techniques or ways…

Cheaper public transport is no reason to leave your car at home

Cheaper public transport is no reason to leave your car at home

There are all kinds of situations in which public transport is not an alternative to the car. Reducing public transport fares is not an effective measure to encourage people to use public transport more often...

KiM looks back on developments in mobility

KiM looks back on developments in mobility

In this publication, the knowledge institute looks back on the developments in mobility between 2010 and 2021. The total distance traveled by the Dutch by car, public transport, plane, bicycle…

E-bike helps working Dutchman in the saddle

E-bike helps working Dutchman in the saddle

Working Dutch people are willing to travel to work by e-bike for an average of about half an hour. More and more Dutch people are buying an electric bicycle to get to and from…

KiM investigates working from home and modes of transport

KiM investigates working from home and modes of transport

After the abolition of the corona measures, Dutch people currently work from home more than twice as much as before the pandemic, an average of 6,5 hours per week. In the long term, they expect to…

Car ownership in rural areas up

Car ownership in rural areas up

People outside the big cities are increasingly dependent on the car, because the distances to work, social networks and facilities are increasing and public transport is becoming less and less a good…

Disadvantages of digitization in public transport

Disadvantages of digitization in public transport

People with an increased risk of digital exclusion, such as the elderly or people with low literacy, experience advantages but also disadvantages from digitalization in public transport. Like other groups of people, they experience…